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Many of Landmark’s barristers have expertise and experience in these areas, with regular appearances in the Planning Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court. The work covers the whole spectrum of planning judicial and statutory reviews, including judicial review claims, claims for statutory review under sections 287-288 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and claims for statutory review under section 113 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.  Regular clients include major developers, local planning authorities and the Secretary of State.

Cases involving members of chambers are too numerous to list in full, and the following are merely a few recent examples:

  • Finney v Welsh Ministers [2020] P.T.S.R. 455;
  • R (Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster) v North Yorkshire County Council [2020] UKSC 3;
  • Renew Land Development Ltd v Welsh Ministers [2020] EWCA Civ 143;
  • R (Plan B Earth) v Secretary of State for Transport [2020] EWCA Civ 214;
  • R (Advearse) v Dorset Council [2020] EWHC 807 (Admin);
  • R (Wright) v Resilient Energy Severndale Ltd [2019] UKSC 53;
  • Lambeth v SSHCLG [2019] UKSC 33 ;
  • R (Jopling) v Richmond-upon-Thames LBC [2019] EWHC 190 (Admin).
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