People | Elliott Brookes

Elliott is a solicitor in the property disputes team.

 

Specialism

Elliott has a growing expertise in a wide range of property litigation matters including matters under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, matters under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987 (section 5 Notices), boundary disputes, regulated mortgage contract disputes, possession proceedings, forfeiture and debt recovery.

Experience

Prior to joining B P Collins and qualifying into the property disputes team, Elliott worked as a paralegal at Nestlé S.A. assisting the intellectual property team with protecting the company’s brands.

Elliott now advises and acts for multinational and national companies, commercial landlords, portfolio residential landlords, management companies and high net worth individuals.

In respect of his commercial clients, Elliott sees himself as an extension of the client’s business, working closely with the client to achieve its objectives. In respect of his residential clients, Elliott considers his best skill is his ability to listen and advise his clients in a straightforward manner.

Client feedback includes, “I have worked with Elliott for just over two years on a number of complex matters and he has been dedicated and hard-working throughout. He is professional and commercial, yet not afraid to push back and challenge. I look forward to continuing to work with him.”

Other achievements

Elliott won the Junior Lawyer of the Year award at the Bucks, Berks & Oxon Law Society Awards in 2019.

Elliott is regularly asked to pen advice articles for the local media and speaks on complex property litigation matters at the annual Five Counties conference – a landmark event in the south of England for over 450 property professionals. Elliott has also presented at several CPD seminars enabling attendees to reach their annual CPD point targets.

Personal info

Elliott is a keen tennis player and enjoys the cinema and television, particularly The Godfather and The Sopranos.

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