Natalie Hurst


Natalie Hurst

Board Member

Natalie, a seasoned housing solicitor, brings 27 years of legal experience to her practice. While she has worked across various legal domains, housing law has been a consistent thread throughout her career and has become her primary area of expertise in recent years. Currently, she is deeply involved in housing litigation, representing Registered Social Landlords and Local Authorities.

Her legal journey began in 1997 when she joined a specialist housing firm in Manchester, where she handled both property and litigation matters for 18 years. In 2015, she transitioned to a Chorley-based firm specializing in housing litigation, which was later acquired by Capsticks in 2018—a prominent national firm renowned for its public sector work and growing housing division.

Before specializing in housing litigation, Natalie spent several years working on conveyancing and commercial property transactions, ranging from acquiring single properties for Housing Associations to navigating complex commercial sites. Today, her focus is on litigation, actively participating in court proceedings, and contributing to marketing and business development efforts.

Motivated by a desire to apply her skills and housing law knowledge for the community’s benefit, Natalie applied to join the board. Recognizing the unique needs of the Jewish Community, she advocates for a specialist Jewish organization to effectively serve these requirements. Her vision is to see the Association strategically evolve, making informed decisions to adapt to the ever-changing needs of the community.