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Art and Cultural Property – contested heritage: Powers and principles

In the first webinar of 39 Essex Chambers' Art and Cultural Property Series, Richard Harwood QC, David Sawtell, Catherine Dobson and Professor Antonia Layard discuss contested heritage: whether statues or other memorials should be removed because of the conduct of those depicted. 

The panel consider:

  • The legal controls in listed building and planning legislation
  • The likely form of the changes proposed in England by Robert Jenrick
  • What approaches can be taken to such items?
  • How does retaining or removing items relate to historic and architectural interest as well as current opinions?

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About the speakers

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Richard Harwood OBE QC

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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Sian Davies

David Sawtell

David specialises in substantial construction and property disputes, as well as commercial dispute resolution.

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Catherine Dobson

Catherine has a broad practice which combines general public law and environmental law.

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Professor Antonia Layard

Antonia is a Professor of Law at the University of Bristol. Her research is in law and geography where she explores how law, legality and maps construct space, place and 'the local'.

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