Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Keebles promote new head of residential property management

Liz Rowen has been promoted to the position of Legal Director to lead Keebles’ Residential Property Management department.

The 13-strong team of lawyers, legal executives, paralegals and legal assistants, will provide advice on arrears recovery, service charge disputes, first tier tribunal, lease variation and leasehold disputes.

With more than 12 years working within the property management industry, Ms Rowen has a wealth of expertise and a deep knowledge of the sector. Liz qualified in 2008 and has held senior positions at several law firms.

“As we go into 2021 my focus is to streamline our processes, build on the department’s approach to customer service, and introduce our clients to the full range of legal services offered by Keebles,” she said.

“We have a consistent stream of work coming in with around 100 agents referring to us which I believe is a huge testament to the reputation we have already built within the sector.

“I look forward to developing our team into one of the strongest in the country and helping it become one of the largest of its kind.”

The team sits alongside Keebles’ other 12 departments which include Corporate, Commercial Property, Employment, Residential Property and Private Client.

David Mattocks, Chief Executive at Keebles, said: “Liz has a vast amount of experience within property management and we’re pleased to be working with her to develop and grow the team.

“The sector is experiencing a huge demand for legal services and the team is currently working across more than 2500 separate cases and acts for more than 450 clients around the country.”

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