Welcome to this week’s edition of our Planning, Environment and Property newsletter. It has been another busy week for the group, with the launch of our new webinar series “39 from 39”. The inaugural Planning law episode featured Richard Harwood QC, Celina Colquhoun and Daniel Stedman Jones discussing three Supreme Court cases, whilst today’s episode featured Damian Falkowski and David Sawtell on the topic of “Exiting the lockdown – property and development disputes and their resolution”. They have proven to be very popular and we have found this new format to be an excellent means of connecting with many familiar faces, as well as some new ones. Watch this space for further episodes during the weeks commencing 11th and 18th May. As ever, we very much welcome feedback, as well as suggestions for future topics for discussion.
In this week’s edition we have articles from David Sawtell (on recent developments in the law of proprietary estoppel); Rose Grogan (on the impact of lockdown on air quality and some issues that may be coming down the line once the current restrictions are lifted); Stephen Tromans QC (first, revisiting his thoughts on the likely rise in waste and other forms of environmental crime resulting from lock-down; second, updating us as to Sizewell C); and Celina Colquhoun (reflecting on where we are with the tilted balance in light of a recent judgment of Mr Justice Holgate). We hope that you enjoy the read!
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