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11 / Aug / 2022

Presidential Panel of Upper Tribunal decides important cases on EU exit and Withdrawal Agreement

18 / Jul / 2022

576 new homes allowed on appeal for second time

15 / Jul / 2022

Phase 3 of the City of York Local Plan Examination opens

15 / Jul / 2022

Court of Appeal rules on application of Natural England’s nutrient neutrality guidance

13 / Jul / 2022

Lancashire prison inquiry opens

13 / Jul / 2022

Alex Goodman acted as Legal Adviser to the production company for Sir Mo Farah BBC Documentary

6 / Jul / 2022

Permission for housing on sports ground ruled unlawful

6 / Jul / 2022

Landmark Chambers shortlisted for 11 awards at The Legal 500 UK Bar Awards 2022

1 / Jul / 2022

Proposal to convert the Grade I listed Custom House to a hotel refused on appeal

1 / Jul / 2022

Approvals granted for key Transpennine Route Upgrade

30 / Jun / 2022

High Court rules Home Office’s Special Development Order granting itself permission for asylum accommodation unlawful

21 / Jun / 2022

Weston Homes Inquiry Opens in Takeley

20 / Jun / 2022

No recourse to public funds policy declared unlawful – again

31 / May / 2022

Seeing the elephant: Inspector’s curtilage decision quashed

16 / May / 2022

Supreme Court grants permission in challenge to Gang Injunction regime

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
13 / May / 2022

What does the new “Bill of Rights” mean for you?

9 / May / 2022

Landmark Chambers sponsors The Planner’s inaugural Women of Influence event

3 / May / 2022

Rent Repayment Orders and the Supreme Court

27 / Apr / 2022

Post Office Public Inquiry documentary on BBC Iplayer

21 / Apr / 2022

New book published on the International Energy Investment Law

11 / Apr / 2022

Planning Permission for Holocaust Memorial quashed

1 / Apr / 2022

High Court quashes planning permission for consultation failure

23 / Mar / 2022

Major riverside development allowed in Reading for Berkeley Homes

21 / Mar / 2022

Justin Bates awarded a new Honorary Membership by Association of Leasehold Enfranchisement Practitioners (ALEP)

21 / Mar / 2022

Kimberley Ziya’s ‘shared facilities under the right to manage’ Q&A published in Estates Gazette

21 / Mar / 2022

Divisional Court hears challenge to government’s care homes policies at start of pandemic

15 / Mar / 2022

What does it mean to be “in accordance with” an approved plan?

14 / Mar / 2022

Fiona Scolding QC and Joe Thomas lead review into sexually harmful behaviours at Westminster School

4 / Mar / 2022

Specialist public interest lawyer Satya Jeremie joins Landmark Chambers as an associate member

1 / Mar / 2022

New look Noddy ‘No-nonsense’ Guide 2022, the definitive guide to SEN law

28 / Feb / 2022

Important residential schools report published

28 / Feb / 2022

David Holland QC to appear in important case on the so-called Solicitor’s lien in the Supreme Court this week

28 / Feb / 2022

Prosbrook Lane, Fareham

22 / Feb / 2022

Court of Appeal judgment on the environmental impact assessment of oil extraction

17 / Feb / 2022

Disabled mum succeeds in 40k benefits appeal

17 / Feb / 2022

The Grand Final of the Landmark Chambers’ Annual Property Law Moot Competition

17 / Feb / 2022

Challenge to PFA extraction permission in the Green Belt dismissed

16 / Feb / 2022

Public inquiry opens in Post Office Horizon IT case

15 / Feb / 2022

Zambrano EUSS rules declared unlawful on appeal (R (Akinsanya) v SSHD)

10 / Feb / 2022

Administrative Court considers application of settled status provisions in student finance regulations following COVID impacts

10 / Feb / 2022

Appeal allowed for housing with care (C2) and a countryside park in the Green Belt less than 14 days after close of inquiry

8 / Feb / 2022

High Court dismisses challenge by pro-life organisation to new abortion regulations in Northern Ireland

8 / Feb / 2022

Zambrano claims and limited leave to remain: Court of Appeal hands down judgment

8 / Feb / 2022

Court refuses interim injunction in Channel cases

3 / Feb / 2022

The deadline for Pupillage applications is fast approaching

2 / Feb / 2022

Supreme Court dismisses vires challenge to £1,012 fee for registration of British children

2 / Feb / 2022

Appeal refused for planning permission to redevelopment former Westgate Road Police Station

1 / Feb / 2022

Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) publishes report on Child Sexual Exploitation by Organised Networks

1 / Feb / 2022

225 dwellings in Fareham granted on appeal, with costs

31 / Jan / 2022

Landmark in Top 20 cases of 2022

27 / Jan / 2022

Deposits, possession claims and corporate landlords

26 / Jan / 2022

Recorder Appointments

25 / Jan / 2022

Council’s refusal to list local sports field as an asset of community value was unlawful, rules High Court

25 / Jan / 2022

Miranda Butler joins Landmark Chambers

21 / Jan / 2022

Sarah Everard vigil ban challenged in Divisional Court

20 / Jan / 2022

Landmark Chambers shortlisted for ‘Best Chambers for Training’ in the Legal Cheek Awards 2022

20 / Jan / 2022

Property barrister James Hanham joins Landmark Chambers

20 / Jan / 2022

High Court refuses challenge to major Fleet Street redevelopment

17 / Jan / 2022

High Court hands down judgment in “significant” planning case considering the scope of a planning enforcement order where there is a mixed use

14 / Jan / 2022

High Court considers interpretation of NPPF entry-level exception site policy for first time

12 / Jan / 2022

99 homes permitted in Surrey countryside

12 / Jan / 2022

Supreme Court overturns Gala Unity

10 / Jan / 2022

Appeal allowed: 206 new dwellings in Strategic Gap and designated countryside in Fareham

22 / Dec / 2021

Three New Silk appointments for Landmark Chambers

21 / Dec / 2021

Divisional Court Discharges Committal Orders of ‘Insulate Britain’ Protestor

17 / Dec / 2021

The Court of Appeal announces its decision in R (Richards) v Environment Agency

17 / Dec / 2021

Inspector grants permission for mixed use development, including 492 dwellings, at Market Square, Basildon

16 / Dec / 2021

Divisional Court Hears Second Application to Commit ‘Insulate Britain’ Protestors

13 / Dec / 2021

Welsh Ministers approve World’s First Tidal Stream Demonstration Zone

13 / Dec / 2021

Court of Appeal rejects challenge to Home Office interpretation of EU law “extended family member” rules

13 / Dec / 2021

Hotel Quarantine – No Breach of Article 5 ECHR

13 / Dec / 2021

High Court considers correct interpretation of a Planning Permission

10 / Dec / 2021

Inquiry closes in key Transpennine Route Upgrade application

9 / Dec / 2021

High Court grants permission for Judicial Review in legal challenge to long term use of Napier Barracks

9 / Dec / 2021

Court of Appeal hears important case about scope of Zambrano right

8 / Dec / 2021

Inspector refuses Mayor of London 100% Affordable Housing Scheme on Design and Heritage Grounds

3 / Dec / 2021

Supreme Court allows appeal on EU-Pre-Settled Status Regime – R (Fratila) v SSWP

2 / Dec / 2021

Tom Weekes QC and Richard Moules to appear in pivotal nuisance case in the Supreme Court next week

29 / Nov / 2021

Aaron Walder has been appointed as a Fee-Paid Judge of the Property Chamber of the First Tier Tribunal

19 / Nov / 2021

Landmark Chambers wins three awards at the Chambers UK Bar Awards

17 / Nov / 2021

Divisional Court Hears Application to Commit ‘Insulate Britain’ Protestors

16 / Nov / 2021

R (OK) v Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

16 / Nov / 2021

Simon Allison has been appointed as a Fee-Paid Judge of the Property Chamber of the First Tier Tribunal

16 / Nov / 2021

Secretary of State grants permission for a million square feet of employment floorspace in the Green Belt

15 / Nov / 2021

Secretary of State decision on Brighton Marina development

11 / Nov / 2021

Court of Appeal considers jurisdiction to re-open appeal in relation to the points based system following Supreme Court judgment in Pathan v SSHD

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
9 / Nov / 2021

Inquiry opens into “Project SPEED” proposal for passenger services on the Northumberland Line

3 / Nov / 2021

Double-vaccination rule for care home workers found lawful by High Court

2 / Nov / 2021

James Maurici QC provides legal support and advice for new Bill to prevent school and University closures

2 / Nov / 2021

Welsh Ministers issue ‘Minded to’ letter for Morlais Tidal Stream Demonstration Zone

1 / Nov / 2021

The Queen’s Counsel Appointment Ceremony 2021

1 / Nov / 2021

Inspector approves 144 affordable homes in Ealing

29 / Oct / 2021

High Court considers when working from home requires planning permission

27 / Oct / 2021

County Court at Central London considers Live/Work units

26 / Oct / 2021

15.10.21 Court of Appeal rejects second Hillingdon challenge to HS2 consents

26 / Oct / 2021

Success for the Whitstable Oyster Fishery Company

26 / Oct / 2021

Landmark to appear in the Supreme Court four times in the next five months

25 / Oct / 2021

Shortlisted for the News on the Block Awards

25 / Oct / 2021

Scholarship for refugee bar students in memory of Stephen Knafler QC

14 / Oct / 2021

High Court finds Secretary of State acted unlawfully in failing to ensure expeditious availability of abortion in Northern Ireland

Landmark Chambers remains fully operational during COVID-19 crisis
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