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Oliver Radley-Gardner KC

Called 2003Silk 2021

Oliver Radley-Gardner KC
"Oliver is simply one of the brightest lights on the horizon. He is right up there with the cleverest of the clever, but he also has great people skills, a good sense of humour and is an excellent advocate."Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2023
‘Having lived and breathed property litigation for so long, Oliver is a silk who knows the relevant legislation better than anyone else. He is a particularly strong cross-examiner, often knowing the evidence better than the witnesses before him. ’Legal 500 2023
Oliver Radley-Gardner QC is acknowledged for his growing expertise in telecoms-related cases. His diverse property practice that incorporates landlord and tenant litigation, as well agricultural land disputes. Strengths: "He is first-class." "The go-to barrister for telecoms operators on the Electronic Communications Code." "An absolutely phenomenal barrister."Chambers and Partners Guide 2022 (Real Estate)
Oliver Radley-Gardner QC is highlighted as an excellent choice for real estate-linked telecoms cases. His proven sector knowledge also earns him roles on the operator side of advisory mandates relating to the implementation of the new Electronic Communications Code. Radley-Gardner earns praise for his knowledge of the Code and for his advocacy skills. Strengths: "He is extremely knowledgeable in the telecommunications sector and is very client-friendly; he always makes clients feel comfortable when advising in conferences." "He is really strong in his advocacy." "He has a very deep understanding of the Code and really thinks through the best way to approach the point."Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2022 (Telecommunications)
Oliver Radley-Gardner QC is a specialist rural property barrister with a strong practice in boundaries and rights of way disputes. He also handles farming and agricultural tenancy succession claims. His experience extends to rent review and valuation matters in the context of agricultural leases. Strengths: "His dedication to the client's cause is unlike anything else. He's very affable and pleasant, but ferocious in the courtroom.Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2022 (Agriculture and Rural Affairs)
Acknowledged for his diverse property practice that incorporates proprietary estoppel, negligence issues, and landlord and tenant litigation. He also has a burgeoning reputation in telecoms-related cases and is well versed in agricultural holdings litigation. Strengths: "His knowledge and ability to retain facts are phenomenal." "He is able to translate legal complexities into analogies." "Extremely bright, able and hard-working. A delight to work with."Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2021 (Real Estate Litigation)
Highlighted as an excellent choice for real estate-linked telecoms cases. His proven sector knowledge also earns him roles on the operator side of advisory mandates relating to the implementation of the new Electronic Communications Code. Radley-Gardner earns praise for his knowledge of the code and his written work on the subject. Strengths: "He is very user-friendly, extremely knowledgeable, highly capable, and someone with outstanding advocacy skills." "He has an excellent ability to think on his feet and you always feel in safe hands when he is on board. Oliver is happy to pick up the phone when you need something, and his advocacy and linguistic skills are up there with the best."Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2021 (Telecommunications)
A specialist rural property barrister with a strong practice in boundaries and rights of way disputes. He also handles farming and agricultural tenancy succession claims. His experience extends to rent review and valuation matters in the context of agricultural leases. Strengths: "He is hard-working and has an eye for agricultural law." "His knowledge and ability to retain facts is phenomenal." Chambers and Partners Guide 2021 (Agriculture & Rural Affairs)
"One of the market’s best for agricultural matters."Legal 500 2021 (Agriculture)
‘He really is brilliant, resourceful and grounded; is a real whizz at telecoms.’Legal 500 2021
One of the market’s best for agricultural matters.’Legal 500 2021 (Agriculture)
Acknowledged for his diverse property practice that incorporates proprietary estoppel, negligence issues, and landlord and tenant litigation. He also has a burgeoning reputation in telecoms-related cases and is well versed in agricultural holdings litigation. Strengths: "Balances excellent technical knowledge with a user-friendly approach." "Very bright and very able." "An excellent and compelling advocate."Chambers and Partners UK Guide 2020 (Real Estate Litigation)
"He is clearly incredibly bright, impresses clients and is also liked by them."Legal 500 2020
"Acknowledged for his diverse property practice that incorporates proprietary estoppel, negligence issues, and landlord and tenant litigation. He also has a burgeoning reputation in telecoms-related cases. Strengths: 'Exceptionally good at advising on telecoms matters.' 'Gets to grips with the most complex disputes and explains them in a client-friendly way.' Recent work: Acted before the Court of Appeal in Burrows v Ward, a case concerning overage, breach of contract, negotiating damages, Wrotham Park damages and interpretation of contract." Chambers UK Guide 2019 (Real Estate Litigation)
Oliver is an expert in real estate matters such as easements, enfranchisement and breach of covenant. Peers "rate him very highly" and praise him for being "extremely commercially minded". Who's Who Legal UK Bar 2019 Guide
"A specialist rural property barrister with a strong practice in boundaries and rights of way disputes. He also handles farming and agricultural tenancy succession claims. His experience extends to rent review and valuation matters in the context of agricultural leases. Strengths: 'He is very, very thorough, very bright, and has broad knowledge across rural affairs matters. His property knowledge is very in-depth too - he can really dig down into the roots of the law to find solutions.' 'He's very creative and you want him on your side, especially when you need some imagination in your case.' Recent work: Acted in Crown Estate v Wakley, a case concerning a breach of a lease of a farm." Chambers UK Guide 2019 (Agriculture & Rural Affairs)
"Highlighted as an excellent choice for real estate-linked telecoms cases. He attracts considerable praise for his work on behalf of landowners seeking to remove telecoms equipment from their land. His proven sector knowledge also earns him roles on the operator side of advisory mandates relating to the implementation of the new Electronic Communications Code. '"Practical, pragmatic and someone who responds very quickly." "He has a nice understated manner; he isn't aggressive but gets what he needs to get out of negotiations.' 'His knowledge and experience of the sector are second to none and he is very user-friendly'."Chambers UK Guide 2019 (Telecommunications)
"Impressive in court with the ability to identify the key issues."Legal 500 2018 (Property Litigation)
"A very robust barrister, keeps the client focused on the key issues."Legal 500 2018 (Agriculture)