Kuljit is ranked as a leading barrister by Chambers and Partners UK and The Legal 500 for social housing law. She acts predominantly for local authorities, housing associations and health bodies. In her private sector work, she acts for private landlords, housing associations and developers. Kuljit is able to provide policy and strategic advice at the most senior levels. She has extensive experience of policy and governance issues as well as in relation to individual cases and contracts. Her recent work has ranged from governance (and other) issues relating to Public Space Protection Orders, the contracting out of local authority functions (in particular, homelessness functions) and the legality of Part VI Allocation Schemes. She covers the full range of housing management issues including s.204 homelessness appeals. She is able to provide advice quickly and efficiently and provides practical solutions whilst working in partnership with her clients. Twitter: @kuljitbhogal