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Natalie studied Law LLB at the University of Cumbria and then went onto complete the LPC at the University of Northumbria.

Outside of work Natalie enjoys the outdoors and is a keen fell walker.  Natalie quite often walks for charity, one of her particular favourite charity walks is the Lakeland festival of light.

Natalie also enjoys playing the piano.

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"Please pass my sincere thanks to Natalie for her support and work on this matter that achieved a very successful outcome, particularly dealing with such a challenging tenant."


"Easy to make initial appointment and reasonably prompt follow up to all subsequent issues.  Natalie was helpful and understanding, showing empathy on many occasions."

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No-fault evictions to be banned in ‘New Deal’ for renters  

July 15th 2022

No-fault evictions are to be banned as part of government plans to “end the injustice of unfit homes and help protect renters from the rising cost of living”. 

Renters Reform Bill ‘will make some evictions easier for landlords’

June 27th 2022

The Renters Reform Bill is designed to drive up standards in the private and socially rented sector, but it will also make evictions easier for landlords in certain circumstances. Natalie Tatton, Solicitor in our dispute team provides an update. The Bill is designed to help the 4.4 million households privately renting across England…

Homeowner overturns restrictive covenant so he can build extension  

April 7th 2022

A homeowner has been granted permission to add a two-storey extension to his property despite objections from his neighbour.  Natalie Tatton, Solicitor in our dispute team reports on this recent case. The case involved neighbours on an estate of houses around a private road constructed in the 1980s. The properties were subject to…

Landlord wins injunction dispute with tenant over possession order

February 16th 2022

A landlord has successfully challenged an injunction granted to a tenant who claimed he had been unlawfully evicted. The court also granted the landlord a possession order for the property under dispute. Natalie Tatton, solicitor in our dispute team reports on this recent case. The tenant, Mr Rasool, had applied for…

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