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7 / May / 2021

Back to the commute for committee members

6 / May / 2021

Court of Appeal dismisses HS2 appeals on certificates of appropriate alternative development issue

6 / May / 2021

UKELA President Lord Carnwath on his life and career in the Courts and at the Bar

30 / Apr / 2021

Secretary of State approves Kent urban extension and awards costs against Council

30 / Apr / 2021

Legal challenge to South Oxfordshire Local Plan rejected for second time

27 / Apr / 2021

Claim seeking to cease HS2 tree felling in ‘Roald Dahl Wood’ dismissed

20 / Apr / 2021

What can we expect from proposed judicial review reform? (first published by LexisNexis on 14 April 2021)

16 / Apr / 2021

James Maurici QC appointed to the council of the National Infrastructure Planning Association

14 / Apr / 2021

New Motorway Service Area approved for the A1(M) in Yorkshire

13 / Apr / 2021

Judgment handed down in London Borough of Hillingdon v Secretary of State and HS2 Ltd (No. 2) [2021] EWHC 871 (Admin): 13 April 2021

7 / Apr / 2021

Babergh District Council agree to quash Planning Permission for 64 Dwellings

29 / Mar / 2021

Tim Mould QC delivers the Compulsory Purchase Association’s annual law reform lecture

29 / Mar / 2021

High Court considers partial costs awards in respect of planning appeals

26 / Mar / 2021

Landmark Chambers wins the Legal Cheek Award for ‘Best Chambers for Work/Life Balance 2021’

24 / Mar / 2021

Student accommodation and housing approved in Bath

23 / Mar / 2021

Inquiry opens for 1,000 apartment development at Brighton Marina

22 / Mar / 2021

Planning permission quashed 7 years after grant

19 / Mar / 2021

Success for Landmark in Planning Magazine’s Law Survey 2021

15 / Mar / 2021

Three New Silks Appointed Today

12 / Mar / 2021

Appeal dismissed in redevelopment of Saville Theatre

8 / Mar / 2021

Jenny Wigley named as Woman of Influence by The Planner

5 / Mar / 2021

Mayor ‘calls-in’ controversial tower

23 / Feb / 2021

Sasha White QC to host the RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence

18 / Feb / 2021

Legal Challenge to Cherwell Plan granted permission to proceed

12 / Feb / 2021

Landmark Chambers Annual Judicial Review Mooting Competition Final

12 / Feb / 2021

HS2 Phase 2A secures Royal Assent

11 / Feb / 2021

Mayor to reconsider controversial Tower in Brixton

11 / Feb / 2021

Full award of costs in granting permission for major development in Bromsgrove

11 / Feb / 2021

Court of Appeal gives guidance on demolition in Conservation Areas

10 / Feb / 2021

Reappointments to the Welsh Government’s Panel of Counsel

5 / Feb / 2021

London Borough of Camden agree quashing order on Experimental Traffic Order

5 / Feb / 2021

Legal Cheek Awards 2021

3 / Feb / 2021

Affordable housing viable at 45% despite 0% offer

29 / Jan / 2021

Monkhill in the Court of Appeal: what is a “clear reason for refusal” policy in NPPF para. 11(d)(i)?

29 / Jan / 2021

Supreme Court considers entitlement to costs where permission refused in planning claims

21 / Jan / 2021

Court of Appeal rules on NPPF paragraphs 89 and 90

14 / Jan / 2021

Tall building proposed in Lambeth refused on appeal

12 / Jan / 2021

Adoption of the County Durham Plan

4 / Jan / 2021

Hornsea 3 granted development consent

23 / Dec / 2020

Judgment in R (Peter Day) v Shropshire Council

22 / Dec / 2020

The Planning Brief podcast: Christmas Special

22 / Dec / 2020

High Court judgment on the environmental impact assessment of oil extraction

18 / Dec / 2020

Landmark Chambers’ Webinar Collection 2020

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

7 / Dec / 2020

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

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

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

17 / Nov / 2020

Judgment in legal challenge to new permitted development rights and Class E

12 / Nov / 2020

A303 Stonehenge road improvement scheme granted development consent

3 / Nov / 2020

The Tulip Public Inquiry opens

22 / Oct / 2020

Chairing Northern Transport and Infrastructure Development Forum

22 / Oct / 2020

Rankings in Chambers & Partners 2021

22 / Oct / 2020

Legal 500 Rankings

12 / Oct / 2020

Challenge to new permitted development rights and use classes to be heard this week

8 / Oct / 2020

Supreme Court hearing Airports NPS appeal

8 / Oct / 2020

Recorder Appointment

5 / Oct / 2020

Judgment in UK Holocaust Memorial claim

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

15 / Sep / 2020

The duty to co-operate strikes again: the St Albans Local Plan

7 / Sep / 2020

‘Planning for the Future’ White Paper – A radical version of the current system (first published by Lexis PSL planning on 3rd September 2020)

7 / Sep / 2020

UK Holocaust Memorial legal challenge heard this week

4 / Sep / 2020

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

27 / Aug / 2020

Claim issued in challenge to new permitted development rights and Class E

24 / Aug / 2020

High Court considers whether, following an outline planning permission for housing subject to a s106 agreement, section 73 permissions for essentially the same development were bound by the agreement

24 / Aug / 2020

Challenge to new rules on permitted development

18 / Aug / 2020

New appointments to the Attorney General’s Panel of Counsel

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

Planning lawyers announce the launch of Case Explorer

13 / Aug / 2020

High Court considers whether extra care development is excluded from affordable housing requirement because units are not “dwellings”

10 / Aug / 2020

South Oxfordshire EiP hearings close

7 / Aug / 2020

Court orders remittal of all Leeds Green Belt housing allocations

6 / Aug / 2020

Reform proposed of the ‘entire corpus of plan-making law’

6 / Aug / 2020

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

3 / Aug / 2020

Court of Appeal hands down judgment in two challenges to the HS2 project

31 / Jul / 2020

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

28 / Jul / 2020

Permitted Development Rights: prior approval

24 / Jul / 2020

Wycombe District Local Plan upheld

23 / Jul / 2020

86 apartments allowed in Brentwood following digital inquiry

21 / Jul / 2020

Physical touch in the time of Corona

20 / Jul / 2020

Permitted Development: key issues

17 / Jul / 2020

Varying and enforcing s106 obligations Part 5: Money claims and ADR

16 / Jul / 2020

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

15 / Jul / 2020

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

14 / Jul / 2020

First virtual Local Plan examination gets underway

13 / Jul / 2020

Wednesbury to Brierley Hill tram extension gets the go ahead

13 / Jul / 2020

Planning consent secured for 17 storey tower and new church/community facilities

13 / Jul / 2020

Variation and Enforcement of s106 Obligations – Part 4: Enforcing by way of injunction

9 / Jul / 2020

Former UK Supreme Court Justice Lord Carnwath joins Landmark Chambers

7 / Jul / 2020

High Court grants permission in planning JR raising issues about a permitted development and prior approval

30 / Jun / 2020

Virtual inquiry approaching its conclusion

29 / Jun / 2020

New landmark tall building at Notting Hill Gate

26 / Jun / 2020

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

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