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Judicial review & the planning system in 2021

Richard Harwood OBE QC, Chris Todman, Celina Colquhoun, Simon Ricketts and Katherine Barnes look at practical tips, current trends, and consider what’s around the corner for judicial review and the planning system.

This is a practical session aimed at planning consultants, planning officers, lawyers and anyone else interested in the practical role that the Planning Court carries out in overseeing and influencing planning decisions and the operation of the planning system:

  • Recent and forthcoming changes
  • What to do if you are acting for a potential claimant, interested party or defendant
  • Recurring grounds of challenge and how to spot or avoid them
  • Costs, timescales
  • The Government’s consultation on judicial review reform – what could it mean for the planning system?

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About the speakers

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Richard Harwood OBE QC

39 Essex Chambers

Richard Harwood OBE QC specialises in planning, environment, art and public law, acting for developers, landowners, central and local government, individuals and interest groups.

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Chris Todman

Chris Todman

Town Legal

Chris has experience of advising on many aspects of planning law, particularly drafting and negotiating planning and highways agreements; planning appeals; judicial reviews; planning committees; and general development management, policy and enforcement issues.

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Celina Colquhoun

39 Essex Chambers

Celina Colquhoun specialises in all aspects of planning and environmental law at 39 Essex Chambers and also has good experience in licensing matters.

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Simon Ricketts

Town Legal

Simon specialises in planning, compulsory purchase and related public law issues in relation to major mixed-use development schemes across England.

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Katherine Barnes

39 Essex Chambers

Katherine practises planning and environmental law at 39 Essex Chambers, as well as public law and human rights in its broadest sense.

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