Our firm is led by our award-winning solicitor and founder, Cassandra Zanelli.
Cassandra is recognised for her knowledge and expertise in the property management sector, having twice been awarded the accolade of industry legend in the Property Management Awards.
In particular, Cassandra is recognised for her experience and expertise in Tribunal matters, including service charge disputes, dispensation applications, RTM matters and appointment of manager cases.
Cassandra is also known for her company law expertise, providing tailored advice for management companies (and managing agents). Alongside Justin Bates (of Landmark Chambers) and Alice Richardson (of Trinity Chambers), she represented the appellant in the Court of Appeal in Houldsworth Village Management Company Limited v Barton.
Cassandra has the privilege of working with leading industry organisations including the Association of Residential Managing Agents (ARMA), the Institute of Residential Property Management (IRPM) and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
She is passionate about sharing knowledge and education within our sector.
Cassandra writes and presents a number of training courses for ARMA, including courses on fire safety, company law, property transfers and data protection. She also had the absolute privilege of moderating ARMA’s annual conference held in Westminster in October 2018. She is also a regular presenter at ARMA’s regional briefings and annual conferences. And is a member of their advisory panel.
Cassandra has also had the honour of presenting at IRPM’s annual conference, together with their regional roadshows over a number of years.
Cassandra is a honorary consultant of the Federation of Private Residents’ Associations (FPRA), and in that capacity was a member of the leasehold reform task and finish group working alongside the Welsh government. She headed up the subgroup focusing on estate rent charges, an topic which is has a particular interest in.
Outside of the office (and Tribunal!), Cassandra writes and maintains the legally speaking resource hub, and is also (still) learning to fly.