Planning Court Upholds rare refusal of NSIP
The High Court has upheld a very rare refusal of a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Proposal (NSIP) by the government. On the 19th October 2016, in R. (on the application of....
Cornerstone Barristers Shortlisted for The Legal 500 UK 2017 awards.
Cornerstone Barristers is delighted to have been shortlisted for set of the year in the Public Law and Real Estate, Environment and Planning categories in the Legal 500 Awards 2017....
Philip Kolvin QC to Deliver Key Note Presentation on Responsible Hospitality Institute Summit
Cornerstone Barristers' Head of Chambers, Philip Kolvin QC, will be making a key note presentation to the Responsible Hospitality Institute's prestigious Sociable City Leadership Summit in Austin, Texas. Philip will....
Does a landlord need court permission to issue a warrant for possession?
On the 18 or 19 October 2016 the Court of Appeal will consider in Cardiff County Council v Lee (Flowers) whether, as a result of changes to the Civil Procedure....