39 Essex Chambers and the Institute of Art and Law are holding an afternoon seminar on 16 August 2021 bringing together legal and heritage experts. This unique event will bring together experts in planning from both legal practice and archaeology. Topics will include the recent Stonehenge Tunnel judicial review, the importance of heritage impact assessments, the development of planning policy in London and the role of experts and archaeological entities, as well as a run-through of recent case law in this area.
The speakers will be Richard Harwood OBE QC, Richard Wald QC, Philippa Jackson and Katherine Barnes, from Chambers; Dr Rebecca Hawkes-Reynolds, from the IAL and Museum of London Archaeology; and also from Museum of London Archaeology Dr Hana Morel and Sophie Jackson.
Further details and the booking form are available on the Institute of Art and Law’s website here.