Welcome to this week’s edition of our Planning, Environment and Property Newsletter. We very much hope that our readers are keeping safe and well, and we wish all of our valued clients and colleagues a very Happy Easter.
In this edition, Ruth Keating looks at measures have been enacted to allow planning committee meetings to be held remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, which is also a topic covered in depth by Richard Harwood QC in an article available published on our website here; Stephen Tromans QC brings us up to date with his current thinking on the pandemic and the environment; and Daniel Stedman Jones considers Oval Estates and the Community Infrastructure Levy. We conclude with a summary of Greenpeace’s recent success in relation to a Government failure to publicise oil and gas consents, in which both Stephen and Richard appeared.
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