Alastair Redpath-Stevens is a specialist in property and housing law with a particular focus on service charges, major works consultation and dispensation as well as all aspects of administrative, government and environmental work.He has experience in all courts up to and including the Court of Appeal (as junior counsel), in addition to the LVT and Lands Tribunal, the Adjudicator to HM Land Registry as well as of arbitration and mediation work.Clients include public bodies, registered social landlords, commercial and private companies and individuals.
Before joining the Bar, Alastair Redpath-Stevens worked in local government and as a director of an information technology company.
Alastair contributes regularly to a number of legal publications, and is in demand as a conference speaker at both local and national conferences including
- Hawksmere conferences
- Professional Conferences
- CLT Conferences
Formerly co-author and editor of Arden & Partington’s Housing Law (Sweet & Maxwell), Alastair was also a contributor to Housing Law: Pleadings in Practice (Sweet & Maxwell, 2nd edition 2003), and has contributed articles to the Solicitors Journal, New Law Journal, LAG and the Journal of Housing Law.
Alastair has also been a contributor to Legal Network Television, a visiting lecturer at South Bank University and Chairman and Director of two housing charities.
- Possession Orders – a Delphic Warning
- Getting in the Rent
- A Matter of Protocol
- Defending nuisance possession claims
Creating unsound waves?: New Law Journal, August 2014
Benefit cap legal challenge rejected by the High Court: Solicitors Journal, November 2013
Possession Claims: Ground 8 and the Power to Adjourn: NLJ, February 2005
Housing Law Update: Solicitors Journal, March 2005, 149/11
Crossing the Threshold, Solicitors Journal, 1510 SJ 16.12.05
- BSc (Bristol)
- BVC (UWE)
- MA (UWE)
- PGDipHousing (UWE)
- PGDipLaw (UWE)
- Planning and Environmental Bar Association
- Property Bar Association
- Social Housing Law Association