Nazmin Akthar

Chartered Legal Executive
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Nazmin specialises in residential development and general infrastructure matters.

Main areas of practice

Nazmin deals with site set-ups and plots sales for a range of house builders on both small and large development sites. She also deals with infrastructure agreements relating to the developments, including Section 278/38 Agreements, Section 104 Agreements, gas/electricity assessments and disposal of substations. She also deals with residential property transactions relating to estate management, including transfers of freehold reversions to Management Companies, ground-rent sales and granting of licences.

Clients

Nazmin acts for national house builders, housing associations, smaller developers and charities.

Additional expertise

Nazmin has previous experience of acting on behalf of charities and Housing Associations on a range of property transactions including dealing with acquisition of freehold and leasehold properties, buyback transactions (notably on an award-winning large scale regeneration scheme), disposals of historic portfolio properties, shared ownership releases and staircasing, and Preserved Right to Buy and Right to Acquire matters.

Expertise

Career

Nazmin completed her Law degree at Durham University in 2009, after which she completed the Bar Vocational Course and also obtained her Masters in Law from Northumbria University. She qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive in 2016, the same year that she joined Blake Morgan.

Accreditations

  • Winner of CILEx Pro Bono Award 2017
  • Shortlisted for the Future Legal Mind Award 2020
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Memberships
  • Chartered Institute of Legal Executives

Additional Expertise

Interests 

Nazmin is a dedicated advocate of ensuring safe, secure, affordable and habitable homes for all and is Co-Chair of a national charity that campaigns for better housing solutions for victims of abuse.

Insights by Nazmin


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22 June - Nazmin Akthar

Public Health England (PHE)'s latest report (published on 17th June 2020) which looked at the impact of Covid-19 on BAME groups, includes one particular message that simply cannot be ignored....

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