Brynmor has substantial experience of environmental litigation. His expertise extends to Environmental Protection Act proceedings and in civil claims of nuisance. He recently defended a landlord who faced more than 30 simultaneous prosecutions under the Environmental Protection Act. Brynmor combines expertise in housing and property law with environmental law. He frequently deals with issues of housing disrepair or relating to housing standards.
Chambers and Partners describes Brynmor as a “talented up-and-coming junior” and notes that “he offers significant experience in Environmental Protection Act prosecutions”. Brynmor “displays maturity beyond his call and is always incredibly thorough and well prepared. He is brilliant on his feet and good at technical arguments.” The Legal 500 similarly describes him as “a very astute, confident advocate” and “really able to think around the problem”.
Brynmor recently joined Exchange Chambers from London. His practice now covers the whole country. He is regularly instructed by local authorities and is also a member of the Attorney General’s Panel of Counsel, which enables him to represent central government departments.