Head of Chambers
Landlord and Tenant
Called to the Bar 2000
Daniel has undertaken housing law for in excess of 20 years encompassing all aspects of Landlord and Tenant work:
Significant experience of dealing with possession proceedings on behalf of both social landlords and tenants, in particular in relation to anti social behaviour and Equality Act defences
Mr Wood has a special interest in possession proceedings involving issues of mental health and the Equality Act 2010.
Extensive experience in relation to matters of housing disrepair (and personal injury arising from disrepair).
Mr Wood advises and acts for large corporate private landlords and property management companies.
University of Liverpool:
BSc (Hons) Anatomy and Human Biology;
MSc Research into the relationship between aspects of human
morphology and behavioural traits. (Aspects of this research
were published in the Journal of Human Nature, Vol 9, Issue 1 (1998));
Awarded a Paton Brown Scholarship by the University of Liverpool.
University of Leeds:
LLB (Hons) Law Awarded the Ford & Warren Prize
by the University of Leeds.
Inns of Court School of Law
(A Hardwicke Scholar of Lincoln’s Inn);
Bar Vocational Course.