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Carine Patry

Carine Patry


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Carine acted for the HSE at a called-in inquiry into the redevelopment of the Oval Cricket Ground which ran from October to December 2008. The Oval inquiry was the first one of its kind to be heard almost entirely in private, by virtue of a direction made under section 321 of the Town and Country Planning Act on national security grounds. She also recently acted for the HSE at another large inquiry into redevelopment of the Ram Brewery site in Wandsworth. On that occasion, the HSE successfully persuaded the Inspectors to recommend the refusal of permission on health and safety grounds. Planning permission was subsequently refused by the Secretary of State.

She also has strong High Court experience, and acts on behalf of PINS, local authorities, developers, objectors and other interested parties. Carine also regularly undertakes planning advisory work.

Carine was named as one of the most highly rated planning barristers under the age of 35 by Planning Magazine and in 2008 was named the top planning barrister under the age of 35. In 2009, she moved up into the list of top planning juniors.