Planning, Environment and Property Newsletter - 8th October 2020
Welcome to the latest edition of our Planning, Environment and Property newsletter. We hope that you have all been keeping well during the period since our last edition. The plan over the next few months is to bring you this newsletter on a fortnightly basis, with contributions that will range from case notes, discussion of legislative developments, and updates as to the group's activities. We hope that it will continue to be a useful resource and means of keeping in touch with friends and colleagues, both old and new.
This edition includes contributions from Richard Harwood QC (on art, planning, law and singing sharks); John Pugh-Smith (with two topical articles that recently featured in the Local Government Lawyer – on s.106 and Rectory Homes respectively); and Stephen Tromans QC and Adam Boukraa (on quarrying, contaminated land and bromate pollution).
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We hope that you enjoy the read.