Welcome to this edition of the newsletter, which we hope will provide a little bit of light reading somewhere far from your desk. Variety is very much the flavour. First, regular contributor John Pugh-Smith takes a look at the recent case of R (Khodari) v Kensington and Chelsea RBC  EWCA Civ 333 and discusses the scope of Section 106s. Second, William Norris QC provides us with his insight into a significant wind energy scheme north of the border. Third, Richard Wald discusses the ins and outs of President Trump’s withdrawal of the US from the Paris Agreement. Finally, recorded for posterity, is a short case note on Hopkins Homes.
We hope that you have a great summer.