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Jenny’s practice is focused on planning and environmental law and non-domestic rating (local government tax).  She appears regularly in the High Court and Court of Appeal in judicial review and statutory review claims including, most recently, those related to adequate consultation, legitimate expectation, heritage, Habitats Regulations, EIA, SEA, air quality, s.106 obligations and conditions, the GPDO, interpretation of policy and adequacy of reasons. 

On the non-domestic rating side, her practice includes cases in the Valuation Tribunal, Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) and the Higher Courts, including in the recent landmark Divisional Court cases concerning empty rates relief (Makro, Kenya Aid, Digital Pipeline and Pall Mall).

Jenny was formerly a solicitor at Stephenson Harwood and was called to the Bar in 2000.  She practised at 2 Mitre Court Buildings and No 5 Chambers before moving to Landmark in 2017.

More information on Jenny's particular areas of specialism, including recent cases of note, can be found here:

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