Rapleys is pleased to announce the appointment of Natasha Bray as senior associate to head up our London neighbourly matters team.

Earlier this year our dedicated national neighbourly matters service was launched, as overseen by specialist Dan Tapscott. Interest and demand for this service, which includes Rights to Light, Daylight & Sunlight, Party Walls and Access Arrangements, acting for both developers and neighbours to development, has been high leading to expansion.

“Commissions being worked on range across all property sectors and clients, both old and new to Rapleys, are providing excellent feedback. The neighbourly matters service is a great fit alongside existing multi-disciplinary property and planning consultancy teams, which really ensures clients get the best advice.

Natasha is an outgoing, highly experienced Rights to Light and Daylight & Sunlight practitioner who I am confident will play a key role as things develop.” says Dan.

Natasha states “I am ecstatic to be joining Rapleys and to play my part in further growing the expanding neighbourly matters team. Rapleys are very focussed and diligent in becoming a leading face in the neighbourly matters arena and I plan to continue driving this forward.

People are at the heart of everything we do as neighbourly matters consultants, therefore, the client has always been and will always remain our main focus.”

If you are or know someone who would be interested in discussing opportunities to work within our neighbourly matters team, please get in contact.

For more information on any neighbourly matters services or for advice in this area, please contact Dan Tapscott or Natasha Bray.


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