Carol-Anne is a Senior Associate in the Housing & Regeneration team.
Carol-Anne is a Licensed Conveyancer with over 25 years’ experience working as a residential conveyancer specialising in social housing.
Providing specialist support to private clients and housing associations on residential conveyancing matters relating to shared ownership and social housing allocations, as well as undertaking standard sales and purchases of residential property.
In addition, her freehold and leasehold expertise encompasses shared equity schemes, initial and additional share purchases, interim and transfer of final staircasing, as well as memorandums for interim staircasing of flats and all related stamp duty matters.
For housing associations, she reviews right to buy or right to acquire documentation, lease extensions, deeds of surrender and variation, licences to assign, and deeds of easement. Carol-Anne also acts in relation to property disposals at auction, drafting and reviewing conditional contracts in auction packs to ensure they contain the necessary clauses for delayed completion.
Recent examples of how Carol-Anne has supported clients include:
- facilitating the regeneration of 36 hectares of inner London and 1,200 dwellings by ensuring transfer of clear title from multiple right to buy owners back to a housing association;
- successfully adapting a conveyancing template involving grants of rights of way, sewerage, and communal facilities for a housing association’s pilot voluntary right to buy scheme; and
- the timely and efficient preparation of purchase documentation for multiple clients in the first phases of an over-55s development, leading to new instructions by the seller on the sale of the subsequent phases.