Planning, Environment and Property Newsletter - 23rd April 2020
Welcome to this week's bumper edition of our Planning, Environment and Property newsletter. We hope that you are all keeping safe and well.
We have put together a diverse range of articles this week: Stephen Tromans QC reflects upon Chris Packham's unsuccessful challenge to the government's decision to go ahead with the High Speed 2 rail project; Rosie Scott provides her thoughts on COVID-19 and Public Rights of Way; John Pugh-Smith considers s. 106s and the "technical traps" submission; Tom van der Klugt looks at COVID-19 and environmental litigation; and Katherine Barnes looks at when is a proposal "in accordance with" the development plan in light of the recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Cornwall Council v Corbett.
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