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Planning law update for local authorities: Dealing with appeals

Jacqueline Lean, Matthew Fraser, Andrew Parkinson, Nick Grant and Joe Thomas provide helpful tips on three main areas in planning law: resisting written representations appeals, opposing appeals when brought by way of a hearing, and the vexed topic of costs.

Programme

Introduction by Chair - Jacqueline Lean

LPAs resisting written representations appeals – Matthew Fraser

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Opposing appeals by hearings – Andrew Parkinson

Costs: when to apply and how to avoid awards – Nick Grant and Joe Thomas

Questions and discussion

The third and final webinar in this three-part webinar series will take place on Monday 22nd March.

To access the presentation slides for this webinar, please follow this link - https://www.landmarkchambers.co.uk/re...

About the speakers

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Jacqueline Lean

Jacqueline has a cross-discipline practice, encompassing property, planning and public law, as well as environmental law matters related to those areas of practice.

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Matthew Fraser

Matthew Fraser

Matthew has a broad practice in public law, planning law and environmental law. He also has expertise in property law. He is a member of the Attorney General’s C Panel of Counsel.

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Andrew Parkinson

Andrew was called to the Bar in 2010. Andrew’s practice focusses on planning and environmental law – principally related to housing, infrastructure, commercial/retail development and CPOs. He represents developers, local authorities, and a variety of interested parties at appeal, and in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.

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Nick Grant

Nick accepts instructions in cases concerning Planning and Compulsory Purchase law, Property law, Administrative, Public and Procurement Law, Environmental law, Commercial Dispute Resolution, and Costs.

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Joe Thomas

Joe joined Landmark Chambers in 2020 following completion of pupillage during which he was supervised by Zack Simons, Toby Watkin, Alex Goodman and Carine Patry. Joe has already appeared in the High Court and has successfully appeared in the First-Tier Tribunal. He accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.

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