The Court of Appeal have allowed the appeal of DB Symmetry against a decision of the High Court that a planning condition required the dedication of roads as highways: Swindon… Read more »
Yesterday the Court of Appeal heard the appeal of Debenham Antiques against an order of the High Court that it pay c.50% of Ms Easter’s (the original Claimant) costs. The… Read more »
Stephen Tromans QC, John Pugh-Smith and Gethin Thomas will present 39 Essex Chambers’ annual Birmingham regional seminar virtually this year via Zoom, focussing on planning and environmental issues relevant to… Read more »
Each webinar will offer approximately 39 minutes of in-depth analysis of carefully selected current planning and environment related issues, to provide consideration over their practical significance for those involved in… Read more »
Stephen reflects on the untimely death of a pigeon and the PM’s ambitions on offshore wind energy.
Welcome to the latest edition of our Planning, Environment and Property newsletter. We hope that you have all been keeping well during the period since our last edition. The plan… Read more »
In this podcast, Richard Harwood QC looks at the numerous ways of obtaining planning consent without making a planning application to the local authority and asks, how far have development… Read more »
In this episode, Richard discusses the planning battle over a relic of the Cold War in Cambridge and asks what does it tell us about ourselves?
Judicial review is vital to ensuring that planning decisions are made “properly and fairly”. That, unsurprisingly, is the ardent belief of Richard Harwood OBE QC, joint head of chambers at… Read more »