Planning, Environment and Property Newsletter – 23rd April 2020

Planning, Environment and Property Newsletter – 23rd April 2020

CategoryNews, Newsletters Author Stephen Tromans KC, John Pugh-Smith, Jonathan Darby, Rosie Eleanor Scott, Katherine Barnes Date

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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