Property disputes involve not only those whose property or land is the subject matter of the disagreement but can also lead to spiralling impact on a neighbourhood or community. Whether the issues relate to rights of way, building and construction, ransom strips, commercial or private tenancy, or to environmental or planning concerns, parties in these cases frequently include a blend of private individuals, commercial interests, public sector agencies and community stakeholder groups. Often with deeply entrenched positions and a protracted history, settlements can be difficult to achieve, hence the frequent need for third party mediation or facilitation support.
CEDR Solve's property group includes leading professionals with a myriad of experience across the sector, including lawyers, ex judges, architects, surveyors and environmental experts. As well as offering an extensive track record as mediators, adjudicators and arbitrators, our neutrals in this field are also experienced in complex assisted negotiations and enquiries including, for example, public sector planning and stakeholder consultations.
Our property and planning mediation practice has a number of mediators and neutrals available for appointment on a wide range of assignments:
Our highly experienced mediators and neutrals can also assist with consultancy assignments to develop organisational capability and capacity for resolving conflict including dispute systems design, introducing mediation, developing formal policies and procedures, establishing informal communication protocols and coaching managers and teams through change.
For advice on selecting the most appropriate mediator or neutral to meet your needs contact the CEDR Solve team on +44 (0)20 7536 6060, email email@example.com or search our online mediator directory.
Current clients include:
Many of our clients choose to support us through CEDR Membership, allowing them access to preferential fees, dedicated ADR advisers, bespoke scheme design and regular seminars and theatres, while contributing to the support of CEDR's not-for-profit mission.