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14 / Jan / 2021

Right to manage and appointment of a manager: how do they interact?

18 / Dec / 2020

Landmark Chambers’ Webinar Collection 2020

18 / Dec / 2020

Court of Appeal allows appeal against EU Pre-Settled Status regime – R (Fratila & Tanase) v SSWP

18 / Dec / 2020

Home Office’s Permission to Work policy declared unlawful following Judicial Review brought by a Victim of Trafficking

17 / Dec / 2020

Three new Silk appointments for Landmark Chambers

17 / Dec / 2020

Supreme Court allows Airports NPS appeal

17 / Dec / 2020

Permission secured for 170 new homes

16 / Dec / 2020

Joel Semakula’s article ‘The Pupil Experience’ published in TargetJobs Law Pupillage Handbook 2021

16 / Dec / 2020

Supreme Court gives judgment in appeal about deportation of Zambrano carers

7 / Dec / 2020

Zack Simons’ article ‘We need to talk about England’s greenbelt’ published in the Financial Times

7 / Dec / 2020

Supreme Court hears challenge to lawfulness of registration of a Town or Village Green

7 / Dec / 2020

SIAC upholds deportation on national security grounds

1 / Dec / 2020

8 Albert Embankment called-in Inquiry opens

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
1 / Dec / 2020

Inquiry Opens into Morlais Tidal Stream Demonstration Zone

27 / Nov / 2020

Court of Appeal answers the question: When must an unsuccessful litigant accept ‘No’ for an answer?

20 / Nov / 2020

Landmark Chambers wins Chambers UK Bar Awards Planning/Environment ‘Set of the Year’

19 / Nov / 2020

Living it down: spent convictions and landlord licensing

19 / Nov / 2020

A Practical Guide to Planning Law and Rights of Way in National Parks, the Broads and AONBs

28 / Oct / 2020

Court of Appeal challenge to EU Pre-Settled Status regime – R (Fratila & Tanase) v SSWP

28 / Oct / 2020

Admas Habteslasie appointed to Attorney General’s specialist panel of public international law counsel

22 / Oct / 2020

Supreme Court hears challenge to two child limit in child tax credit and universal credit – R (SC & others) v SSWP

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
21 / Oct / 2020

‘Judicial Reviews and Injunctions’ removal policy ruled as unlawful

13 / Oct / 2020

Simon Allison’s article ‘Is commonhold really in the public interest?’ published in Estates Gazette

9 / Oct / 2020

Ealing abortion “buffer zone” claimants appeal to European Court of Human Rights

8 / Oct / 2020

Bar Pro Bono Awards

1 / Oct / 2020

European Court of Human Rights to decide whether extradition to face life imprisonment without parole in the USA breaches Article 3 ECHR – Hafeez v UK

30 / Sep / 2020

Landmark Ranked in Tier 1 for Planning, Environment and Local Government by Legal 500

30 / Sep / 2020

Permitted Development: pitfalls

30 / Sep / 2020

Permitted Development: disapplication and loss of permitted development rights

25 / Sep / 2020

Landmark Chambers shortlisted for six Chambers UK Bar Awards

25 / Sep / 2020

Public Inquiry into inhuman and degrading treatment at Brook House

25 / Sep / 2020

Court of Appeal dismisses challenge to abortion rules during COVID-19

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
4 / Sep / 2020

Court of Appeal judgment on the meaning of “out-of-date” in NPPF para. 11(d)

4 / Sep / 2020

Tribunal refuses to impose full Electronic Communications Code agreement

28 / Aug / 2020

Administrative Court dismisses challenge to the regime and conditions at Brook House IRC

7 / Aug / 2020

Court orders remittal of all Leeds Green Belt housing allocations

6 / Aug / 2020

The Government thanks Chris Katkowski QC for his work on “Planning for the Future”

31 / Jul / 2020

Secretary of State grant permission for a new Ryder Cup standard golf course in Bolton

31 / Jul / 2020

Court of Appeal hands down judgment in challenge to Chagos Islands resettlement decision

29 / Jul / 2020

Lessee-owned companies, leasehold covenants and the Companies Act 2006

29 / Jul / 2020

Court of Appeal hears challenge to COVID-19 abortion rules

24 / Jul / 2020

Wycombe District Local Plan upheld

23 / Jul / 2020

Fairness and co-operation in the FTT: Assethold Ltd v 63 Holmes Road (London) RTM Co Ltd [2020] UKUT 288 (LC)

17 / Jul / 2020

Government publishes consultation document on resolving £17billion problem of age-discrimination in public sector pensions

17 / Jul / 2020

Court of Appeal delivers judgment in Shamima Begum citizenship case

16 / Jul / 2020

Landmark Chambers’ promotes two senior members of the practice management team to Practice Directors

15 / Jul / 2020

Cladding, Limitation, and the Defective Premises Act 1972

15 / Jul / 2020

Secretary of State appoints Stephen Whale to the South Downs National Park Authority

7 / Jul / 2020

Landlord licensing in Wales

3 / Jul / 2020

Student housing and leasehold management

3 / Jul / 2020

Court of Appeal gives judgment on EU social security co-ordination rules

26 / Jun / 2020

Variation and Enforcement of s106 – Part 3: Relationship to s. 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990

18 / Jun / 2020

Trecarrell House Ltd v Rouncefield [2020] EWCA Civ

18 / Jun / 2020

Varying s106 obligations Part 2: S106B appeals

12 / Jun / 2020

The COVID-19 “New Deal”​: How to boost the delivery of housing associations at a stroke.

8 / Jun / 2020

Successful Legal Challenge to Leeds Site Allocations Plan

3 / Jun / 2020

High Court quashes EIA screening direction in respect of site previously used to dispose of BSE-infected cattle

2 / Jun / 2020

Introducing #planoraks

22 / May / 2020

Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights hands down important judgment on extraterritoriality

22 / May / 2020

Immigration detention pay appeal dismissed

20 / May / 2020

Podcast: The Supreme Court’s decision in the ATM cases – key points

20 / May / 2020

Supreme Court confirms ATM sites in supermarkets and convenience stores not separately rateable

19 / May / 2020

Changes to abortion laws during COVID-19 pandemic ruled lawful by Divisional Court – R (Christian Concern) v Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
15 / May / 2020

Latest Legal Covid-19 Updates

15 / May / 2020

Electoral Commission to reconsider registration of the Welsh National Party

13 / May / 2020

The Gerry Adams judgment: Has the Supreme Court rewritten the Carltona doctrine with significant potential implications for Ministers?

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
13 / May / 2020

Latest Legal Covid-19 Updates

12 / May / 2020

C21st New Deal : Build more Council Houses!

7 / May / 2020

The Divisional Court today allowed a challenge to the rules regarding the imposition on leave of conditions allowing No Recourse to Public Funds on grounds that the scheme infringes the article 3 rights of those affected

6 / May / 2020

The Divisional Court (Chamberlain J and Bean LJ) is today hearing a challenge to the Home Office policy of imposing conditions allowing no recourse to public funds on parents leave

6 / May / 2020

Latest Legal Covid-19 Updates

30 / Apr / 2020

Sawkill v Highways England Company Limited [2020] EWHC 801 (Admin)

30 / Apr / 2020

How should rent be valued during the COVID-19 pandemic?

24 / Apr / 2020

Court of Appeal Remote Hearing – Update for Legal practitioners

23 / Apr / 2020

Myriam Stacey’s property focused Q&A in the COVID-19 crisis published in Estates Gazette

23 / Apr / 2020

Can a corporate tenant get an injunction to restrain presentation of a winding up petition while the Coronavirus Act 2020 restricts its landlord’s ability to forfeit its lease?

15 / Apr / 2020

Challenging immigration detention in the COVID-19 pandemic

8 / Apr / 2020

Russell Harris QC provides a review of ‘The Common Freedom of the People’ for Counsel Magazine

6 / Apr / 2020

Why injunctions are more important than ever

3 / Apr / 2020

Adult Social Care: The importance of understanding the purpose of the Coronavirus Act 2020

3 / Apr / 2020

COVID-19 and claimed rights of way: lessons from R (on the application of Roxlena Ltd) v Cumbria County Council & Peter Lamb [2019] EWCA Civ 1639

31 / Mar / 2020

A personal perspective: A barrister in isolation by Russell Harris QC

27 / Mar / 2020

The law and COVID-19: the Prime Minister’s muddle about the Government’s own rules (as of 27th March 2020) and a call for clarity

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
27 / Mar / 2020

Government measures for tenants and landlords

25 / Mar / 2020

Kate Olley and Christopher Katkowski QC’s account of remotely-conducted judicial review hearing

25 / Mar / 2020

Podcasts: Landmark barristers lead successful defence of NHS policy in a case that could save the NHS up to £500M per year

25 / Mar / 2020

Court of Appeal upholds lawfulness of NHS Avastin choice policy for wet AMD patients

24 / Mar / 2020

Public Procurement and Coronavirus

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
24 / Mar / 2020

Important update – Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis

24 / Mar / 2020

Exam grades in the time of Coronavirus – Potential legal challenges to calculated GCSE and A-Level grades

24 / Mar / 2020

Adult Social Care and the Coronavirus

24 / Mar / 2020

Coronavirus Bill – Property Law

24 / Mar / 2020

Schedule 21 of the Coronavirus Bill: powers relating to potentially infectious persons

24 / Mar / 2020

Landmark’s contribution to the significant rule of law issue in the country at the present time – The Coronavirus Bill

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
23 / Mar / 2020

Sir Lynton Crosby backs Landmark barristers’ call for temporary use of video/phone conferencing in planning appeals

20 / Mar / 2020

Tim Buley QC shares his thoughts on the public law courts during the coronavirus crisis

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
18 / Mar / 2020

SEN Tribunal hears appeal by video conference

16 / Mar / 2020

Scott Lyness and David Blundell celebrate their appointment to Queen’s Counsel

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
13 / Mar / 2020

Supreme Court considers rating of ATM sites

13 / Mar / 2020

Secretary of State grants Lord Derby’s application at Hatchfield Farm, Newmarket

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