Welcome to this week’s edition of our Planning, Environment and Property newsletter.
This week’s edition includes two contributions from Stephen Tromans QC, the first with Adam Boukraa (on Regulators and legal professional privilege) and the second with Gethin Thomas (the latest article in our series reviewing the Environment Bill). We also feature articles from Richard Harwood QC (on Dill in the Supreme Court and what it means for the law relating to listed buildings, a case in relation to which Richard and Catherine Dobson will soon be holding a webinar); Daniel Stedman Jones (on material considerations after Wright); and Tom van der Klugt (on the Bonn Convention and migratory species). Finally, John Pugh-Smith reviews the results of recent membership surveys of the Compulsory Purchase Association and the Planning and Environment Bar Association and their successful outworkings particularly in the fields of compulsory acquisition and statutory compensation.
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