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The Transport and Works Act

Neil Cameron QC, Matthew Henderson, Lorrae Hendry and Kevin Gibbs consider the relevance of the Transport and Works Act (TWA) in an era where development consent orders are often the preferred option for promoting major infrastructure projects.

Programme:

  • Introduction by Chair – Neil Cameron QC (Landmark Chambers)
  • TWA 1992 and other development consent mechanisms – Matthew Henderson (Landmark Chambers)
  • Transport and works act orders – Neil Cameron QC (Landmark Chambers)
  • Recent policy developments for transport schemes – Lorrae Hendry (Womble Bond Dickinson)
  • Opportunities for reform of the TWA – Kevin Gibbs (Womble Bond Dickinson)
  • Questions and discussion

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About the speakers

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Neil Cameron QC

Landmark Chambers

Neil has extensive experience in planning, compulsory purchase, parliamentary and environmental work. He was joint head of Landmark Chambers from 2015-2018.

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Matthew Henderson

Matthew Henderson

Landmark Chambers

Matthew practices in planning and environmental, property and public law (including non-domestic rating and public procurement law).

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Lorrae Hendry

Womble Bond Dickinson

Lorrae has extensive experience in the UK advising clients in relation to contentious, transactional and advisory planning and environmental matters from within the public and private sectors in the UK.

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Kevin Gibbs

Womble Bond Dickinson

Kevin is a senior counsel (partner equivalent) in the planning and infrastructure team. He is a dual-qualified chartered town planner and solicitor with 25 years' experience in planning, highways and compulsory purchase law.

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