BPP Legal Advice Clinic (Housing)

In light of the current and ongoing COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, few clinics in the LawWorks Clinics Network are currently offering face-to-face advice.

The clinics listed have indicated to us that they are delivering their service online and/or by phone, or in locations face-to-face by appointment. We would recommend that you contact them directly to check their current operating procedure.

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BPP Law School Holborn
68-70 Red Lion Street
Phone number:
020 7430 5668

Opening Times

Clinic appointments take place on a fortnightly basis; Tuesday 17.00-18.30pm. It is possible to take on appointments at other dates/times. The Clinic also offers free advice on Tuesday mornings; 10:00-12:30pm at the First-Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber), 10 Alfred Place, London, WC1E 7LR. This service is only for those who have issued, or are contemplating issuing, a case at the Property Chamber. Appointments are 20 minutes long.
Area(s) of law:

Other areas of law available


Who can access this clinic?

Clinic Appointments at BPP University: Leaseholders & Tenants: Appointments are offered following an initial telephone interview with a volunteer. Further information can be found below in ‘Summary of Service’. Drop-in Appointments at the Tribunal: Individuals with a case, or contemplating bringing a case, at the First-Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber). Further information can be found below in ‘Summary of Service’.

Information about accessibility

Accessible for disabled.

This clinic offers the following service(s)

Written Advice, Form Filling, Initial Advice

You can access the service in the following way(s)

Appointment, Telephone

Summary of Service

Clinic Appointments at BPP University: After making initial contact with the Clinic you will be contacted by a student volunteer who will take the full details of your matter. These details will then be reviewed by a solicitor who will confirm whether it is a matter we can assist with. If we are able to assist you we will contact you to arrange an appointment, which will normally be on a Tuesday evening. If we cannot assist in your matter we will signpost you to other services who may be able to help. During the appointment you will speak with two student volunteers who will take the full details of your matter. They will complete a letter of advice under supervision which will be provided to you within two weeks of your appointment. Depending on student availability we may also be able to offer additional services. Appointments at the Tribunal: We offer six appointments lasting 20 minutes on a Tuesday morning at the Tribunal.