Rhys acts for a varied and nationwide client base (such as property developers, land owners, local authorities, investors, occupiers, national retailers, charities, banking, significant public-sector clients) on all aspects of property litigation including landlord and tenant disputes, boundary disputes, adverse possession claims, easements, covenants, wayleaves, public and private rights of way and party wall act issues.
Over the years, Rhys has developed a real expertise in assisting the farming communities, in terms of their agricultural property litigation requirements.
Rhys also has extensive experience in providing bespoke and highly technical advice over a broad range of complex and high-value disputes whilst understanding client needs and the commercial context in which they operate.
Rhys is able to draw on the wide variety of resources available to him within the dispute resolution team to offer a complete and accurate service for clients. Rhys understands the importance of protecting a business and individual legal positions in relation to property rights.
A fluent Welsh speaker, Rhys is able to liaise with his clients through the medium of Welsh.
Outside of work, as a committee member and development officer at Undy Athletic Football Club, Rhys assists in developing this community asset, having previously negotiated the club’s freehold acquisition through a community asset transfer from the local authority. Rhys enjoys long walks in the country with his young family and dog, skiing, and sailing.