High Court Planning Challenges
What our barristers do
We appear and advise in proceedings in the High Court on planning matters. These include planning statutory reviews under section 288 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 on ministerial and inspector decisions, development plan challenges, enforcement notice appeals and judicial reviews of local and central government planning decisions. Additionally, we act in case stateds and other criminal appeals on planning matters and High Court planning enforcement.
Who our barristers act for
We act for all participants in planning challenges, including developers, landowners, public bodies, national and local societies and groups, individual local residents, local planning authorities and central government.
Where our barristers act
Our barristers appear in the High Court in London, Cardiff and the regional centres on planning challenges. We appear in the Court of Appeal Civil and Criminal Divisions and in the Supreme Court. Where they are admitted to local Bars, our barristers also appear in the Northern Ireland High Court and Court of Appeal, and in overseas jurisdictions, including in the Caribbean and Hong Kong. We also appear in the Privy Council.