Case involving consideration of the necessary elements of nuisance, and what is capable of constituting nuisance, claims for trespass to goods and negligence, requirements for claims for breach of statutory [...]
High Court declaration obtained that village green rights can be overridden by rights of development where particular provisions of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 and the Local Government [...]
Definitive authority on the powers of statutory undertakers to insist on points of connection to water drainage infrastructure by developers (of a housing estate and school), upon the charges properly [...]
Advising on the validity and enforceability of affordable housing requirements relating to a number of development sites, possible variations thereto, the liabilities of subsequent owners, and associated matters of company [...]
Successful resolution of case concerning claims made in respect of third party rights allegedly affected by a multi-million pound bridge and walkway development across and alongside the River Ogmore. Interim [...]
Quashing order made following judicial review of Planning Inspectorate’s policy relating to the re-hearing of appeals following the remission of them by the High Court for re-determination by the Secretary [...]
Claims of surveyors’ negligence in relation to building drawings and planning applications.
Defending action relating to share transfers, and alleged fraudulent acquisition of a company. Claimants served 10 additional witness statements 3 weeks before trial. Following consultation and organisation of evidence in [...]
Appeal against enforcement notice seeking removal of allegedly new building created without planning permission out of buildings dating from Domesday – issues of what constitutes a new building, a renovated [...]
Decision on non-immunity from enforcement action. Answers unanswered questions left by the Court of Appeal to the Planning Inspectorate in First Secretary of State v Swale.
Acting on behalf of local authority resisting the re-deployment of key personnel elsewhere under Crown provisions.
Acting on behalf of the Royal College in a series of cases successfully overturning a previous decision allowing the creation of consultant appointments in new areas of work.