Peter Lamble trained and qualified in London where he was a partner and head of a Banking and Finance unit with a London firm acting for a number of banks, building societies and centralised mortgage lenders along with several brand name financial companies undertaking a range of commercial litigation for them.

In addition to his legal role, since 2014 he has proudly served as the Chairperson of Coodes Solicitors.


Peter’s primary focus has been on handling complex commercial litigation cases on behalf of clients, navigating through legal complexities, providing strategic advice and delivering favourable outcomes.

He has a particular interest in commercial property landlord and tenant law, such as contested and non-contested tenancy renewals and dilapidations claims acting for both landlords and tenants.

Notable Commercial Disputes cases

  • Contested Lease Renewal

    Handling a claim under Section 30(1)(f) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (LTA 1954) where a landlord successfully opposed the grant of a new lease on the basis of an intention to demolish or reconstruct a substantial part of the premises.

  • Shareholder Dispute-unfair Prejudice

    Handling a shareholder’s dispute involving exclusion from management and misappropriation of company assets resulting in a claim that the company’s affairs were being conducted in a manner which was unfairly prejudicial.

  • Negligence Claims

    Handling several substantial claims by a mortgage lender which lent money for the purchase of a house secured by way of mortgage against a firm of surveyors and valuers for a negligent valuation.

  • Nuisance Claims

    Acting for a landowner in a private nuisance claim involving an encroachment on land which caused physical damage to it and interfered with the enjoyment of it resulting in an interim injunction and damages.

  • Contract Claims

    Acting for an international brand which supplied goods to a UK company which they subsequently failed to pay them for and then became insolvent. Relying upon a retention of title provision in the contract enabled a claim to be pursued against the liquidator for the successful recovery of the goods supplied but not paid for.

Client Testimonials

We just wanted to say thank you for taking on our case and offering reassurance to tears at the other end of the phone. You gave us validation at a time we were being warned not take them on and confidence to do so. It made us feel as though someone was looking out for us.


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  • Solicitor (1992)

  • Professional Negligence Lawyers Association
  • Law Society of England & Wales

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