Mark Loveday is a member of the property team at Tanfield Chambers in London. He is recommended as a leading junior in real estate litigation in the 2011 and 2012 editions of Chambers and Partners and The Legal 500. Mark's practice covers a wide range of residential and commercial property litigation and he has appeared in over 25 reported cases. His clients include most of the major London landed Estates, individual lessees and local authorities.
Mark Loveday has been a part-time Chairman of Leasehold Valuation Tribunals since 2000, and is currently a member of the RPTS Southern panel. Over the years, Mark has lectured and written extensively on residential and commercial property law. He is general editor of Service Charges & Management: Law and Practice (Sweet & Maxwell, 2009), editor of Rent Review: a Surveyor's Handbook (RICS, 2008) and a contributor to the RICS ISURV website on service charges.
His Brief Encounter column on residential property matters appears every Friday in The Times newspaper. Mark received the 'Barrister of the Year' award at the Property Management Awards 2011-2.
Tanfield is a leading barristers' chambers specialising in enfranchisement and residential property management and was voted Chambers of the Year at the Enfranchisement and Right to Manage Awards in 2009, 2010 and 2012. Notable names include Philip Rainey QC, Ellodie Gibbons, Mark Loveday and Chris Heather. Members of Chambers have appeared in numerous leading cases including Sportelli, Aggio, Nailrile, Arbib, Prospect Estates, Arrowdell and Magnohard. Clients range from the major London Estates to individual leaseholders in all parts of England and Wales. Chambers accepts direct instructions from chartered surveyors under Licenced Access and from members of the public under the Bar Council's Direct Access scheme.