Blandy & Blandy LLP Solicitors
Kayleigh Chapman

Kayleigh Chapman

Solicitor, Planning & Environmental Law

Location: Reading
Qualified as a solicitor: 2019

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Kayleigh Chapman is a solicitor in our nationally ranked Planning & Environmental law team.

She joined the team upon qualification in 2019, having trained at the firm.

Kayleigh initially joined Blandy & Blandy LLP in 2013 as legal secretary in our Planning & Environmental law team, after graduating with a Law degree from the University of Sussex. In 2014 she became legal assistant in the team, before undertaking her training contract.

Planning magazine’s 2019 Planning Law Survey ranked Blandy & Blandy LLP among the UK's top 25 planning law firms, while the firm is also highly ranked in the UK's leading guides to law firms, Chambers UK and The Legal 500.

Kayleigh completed her LPC at the University of Law (Guildford), obtaining a distinction and receiving two academic prizes.

Areas of Expertise

  • Planning law
  • Environmental law

Professional Memberships:

Member, The Law Society

Education:
University of Law (Guildford), LPC
University of Sussex, LLB (Hons)

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