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Allis Beasley


Allis is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution team. She is a Solicitor Advocate and also acts part time in a judicial capacity in the Property Chamber of the First Tier Tribunal.


  • Contentious real estate disputes
  • Dilapidations, disputed overage and options, adverse possession claims, rights of light, development disputes, disputed lease renewals, landlord and tenant disputes and real estate professional negligence
  • Agricultural tenancy disputes
  • Environmental/waste operator disputes

Achievements, appointments and rankings

  • Accredited Mediator
  • Part time Judge of the Property Chamber, Land Registration Division, First Tier Tribunal
  • Ranked as “up and coming lawyer” in Chambers UK 2015



Allis trained and qualified at Hogan Lovells, where she practised for 15 years. She led the Real Estate disputes team at Stevens & Bolton, before joining Brachers in 2011.

Recent cases

  • Advising in relation to £1m+ dilapidations claim for an international airport operator
  • Advising in relation to £1.5m+ disputed overage claim against major institutional pension fund
  • Advising a national waste operator in relation to a contractual dispute
  • Advising in relation to claims for rights of light and claims for possession of land in respect of disputed developments
  • Determining a long standing agricultural holding under the AHA 1986

“Pleasant, approachable and matter of fact.”

Chambers UK 2017


Is it all right to use my Right of Way?

Landowners often face difficulty in assessing the impact that a right of way has over their land, and in particular, whether a right of way can be used to access land which was not expressly covered by the right of way when it was originally granted. Read more


Pushing the boundaries and easing the way

The Property Boundaries (Resolution of Disputes) Bill 2015-16 is still before the House of Lords, having received its second reading on 11 September 2015. The Bill includes proposals which are aimed at providing an informal alternative to the Court and Tribunal determination of boundary disputes, by introducing the expert determination of boundary disputes by qualified surveyors. Read more


High streets need to adapt to survive new retail environment

The announcement that Russell & Bromley will no longer continue to trade in Sevenoaks high street, preferring to concentrate on its larger Bluewater store, follows similar news from Dorothy Perkins. Read more


Flooding - landowner’s overview

The severity of the weather earlier this year has had huge implications for many farmers in the South East, and has forced the issue of flooding, and the ensuing damage, to the top of their priority list. It has been reported that UK insurers will pay out £1.1bn in flood and storm claims for the period from 23 December 2013 to 28 February 2014. Read more


Agricultural disputes update

Two recent cases have been summarised below. The first deals with the issue as to whether claims for additional entitlement can be brought under the Single Payment Scheme. The second relates to the extent to which parties can agree only to arbitrate their disputes, and oust the court’s decision in doing so. Read more

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