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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 leading Planning & Environmental Law team and assists other members of the team with a wide range of planning and environmental law matters.

Blandy & Blandy was ranked among the UK's top 15 Planning Law firms in Planning magazine’s 2020 Planning Law Survey and is consistently recognised as a top tier firm in the UK's leading guides to law firms, Chambers UK and The Legal 500.

Kayleigh joined the team upon qualification in 2019, having trained at the firm. She initially joined Blandy & Blandy in 2013, as legal secretary in our Planning & Environmental Law team, after graduating with a Law degree from the University of Sussex. In 2014 Kayleigh became a legal assistant in the team, before undertaking her training contract. Kayleigh completed her LPC at the University of Law (Guildford), obtaining a distinction and receiving two academic prizes.

 

 

How I Can Help You

  • Planning law
  • Environmental law

Professional Memberships:

Member, The Law Society

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

Accreditations & Awards:
Top 15 UK Planning Law Firm - Planning magazine 2020
Finalist - 'Property Law Firm of the Year' Thames Valley Property Awards 2018
Winner - 'Property Law Firm of the Year' Thames Valley Property Awards 2017

What Our Clients Say

“Extremely efficient, totally grasped the problem, prompt replies, supportive and a lovely personality. A pleasure to deal with.”

“I would highly recommend the services of Blandy & Blandy and I am delighted with the result achieved working with Karen Jones and her colleague Kayleigh Chapman.”

“I just thought I’d say how impressed I am with Blandy’s handling of my case. In particular, Kayleigh obviously worked hard and diligently throughout. She kept the pressure on and saw it through to the end. A great job all round. ”

“Thank you Kayleigh for all of your help and representation. You have understood our situation from the beginning, been incredibly helpful & always patient. ”

“Very many thanks for your hard work with this piece of work, all very much appreciated.”

“It was a pleasure to work with you and again thanks for your help. ”

“A very professional job - thank you Kayleigh.”

“I would like to take the chance to thank you for your great efforts in this case.”

“Karen and Kayleigh have advised me on producing objections to a number of planning development applications in the last 12 months, including challenging a Certificate of Existing Lawful Use, which without their help and guidance would not have achieved the successful result recently obtained.”

“As well as being extremely knowledgeable and experienced in their field, they also take the time to ensure everything is explained and I was very comfortable that the work carried out was always within the budget we agreed. Thank you Karen and Kayleigh for all your hard work to date.”

“I would like to thank both you and Karen for all your efforts in steering things to a conclusion for us.”

“This is a brilliant result and is no doubt largely due to the hard work you put into writing the excellently worded letter. Thank you very much indeed. I look forward to working with you again in the future.”

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