The recent Judgment in Dennis v. LB Southwark shines a spotlight on what can and cannot be done to accommodate ‘drop in’ developments when seeking to preserve the legal ability to build out the remainder of a large phased outline permission.
In this webinar, Jenny Wigley KC and Alex Shattock (who represented the successful claimant in Dennis) will be joined by Sasha White KC, Dr Ashley Bowes and Anjoli Foster to discuss the implications of the Judgment and to consider where it leaves the industry in terms of navigating the knotty issues thrown up in Hillside and Finney. The scope, legality and practicality of using s.96A and s.73 in this context will no doubt crop up and the Panel will be considering questions from the audience.
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Dennis, Hillside and drop-in permissions: a practical discussion - all slides
Sasha White KC, Jenny Wigley KC (Joint Head of Chambers), Dr Ashley Bowes, Anjoli Foster, and Alex Shattock
Dennis, Hillside and drop-in permissions: - Large Outline Schemes – What now for retrospective accommodation of drop ins? - Jenny Wigley KC
Dennis, Hillside and drop-in permissions: - How to Ensure Permissions are Severable at the Outset? - Dr Ashley Bowes
Dennis, Hillside and drop-in permissions: - Pilkingtonand Hillside : Recap and Rationale - Anjoli Foster
Dennis, Hillside and drop-in permissions - Dennis : Severability and Scope of s.96A –What did it say? - Alex Shattock