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Partner and Solicitor

Amanda Bonnick

“No two clients, and no two projects are the same. Often legal problems are attached to practical ones. That’s why I place such an emphasis on really getting to know my clients, understanding their needs and really getting to grips what they want to achieve both short and long term.”

Amanda is a Partner and Solicitor in our nationally recognised Affordable Housing team, working on all property matters for Housing Associations including property development, site acquisition, site infrastructure agreements, site disposals and finance work. She works alongside the head of the Housing Team, Stephen Burtchaell, as well as the rest of the team.

Qualifying as a Solicitor in 2014, she enjoys working alongside such a talented team, carrying out work which has real purpose and benefits our communities.

She has specialised in non-contentious property work since 2011, this is where she first worked as a paralegal in a niche corporate and commercial practice in Cornwall. During her time there she worked on large-scale development projects for onshore wind and solar farms where she developed an interest in construction and development work.

In 2015 Amanda relocated to Devon to join Tozers where she worked in the commercial property team undertaking a wide mix of property and land-based work. She continued this work at another law firm between 2017 and 2021 before she then returned to Tozers in October 2021 to work with our Registered Providers team.

Amanda is a keen hiker and has recently signed up to the Himalayan Trek in aid of Hospiscare. In preparation and training for that event she has started walking and hiking around Devon and Cornwall and likes to explore the ‘off-road’ beauty spots such as those in Exmoor and Dartmoor.