Planning, environment and public law barrister Katharine Elliot has joined Landmark Chambers.
Katharine (2016 Call) has a diverse practice encompassing planning, environment and public law with particular expertise in Court of Protection (both Health and Welfare and Property and Affairs), mental health, education, election and tax matters. Katharine’s planning and environment expertise includes air and water pollution, conservation areas and heritage management and issues impacting residential property, including HMOs and Airbnb rental.
Katharine regularly appears in the Magistrates’ Court, County Court, High Court, Court of Protection, First-Tier Tribunals and professional disciplinary panels, both as junior counsel and in her own right. Katharine is on the Attorney General’s C Panel and is regularly instructed by both the GLD and HMRC to act in high value litigation.
Katharine said: “I am very excited to be joining a set with such an outstanding reputation across planning, environment and public law and look forward to working with colleagues who are leaders in their fields as I continue to develop as a barrister.”
Sasha White QC, Head of the Planning Group, said; “Katharine is a fantastic addition to Chambers and brings extensive experience across a number of our practice areas. We very much look forward to supporting her as a valuable member of Landmark.”