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Cases

CASE: Public Law and Judicial Review, Housing

What is a "deliberate" act?

24.05.2022

R(Laines Roman) v LB Southwark [2022] EWHC 1232 (Admin)

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CASE: Housing

Court of Appeal confirms that there can be no late review of a s.107D(3) notice

17.05.2022

R (Kalonga) v Croydon LBC [2022] EWCA Civ 670 Croydon LBC granted to Ms Kalonga a flexible tenancy. Before that tenancy came to an end Croydon served on Ms Kalonga a

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CASE: Public Law and Judicial Review, Planning and Environment

Judge gives permission for High Court challenge to go-ahead for Bristol Airport expansion

11.05.2022

Estelle Dehon QC represents a local group which has been granted permission for a High Court hearing to challenge the government's decision to allow an expansion of Bristol Airport to

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CASE: Public Law and Judicial Review, Housing

Community Protection Warning issued to a landlord is upheld

04.05.2022

Scott Halborg v Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council

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CASE: Housing

Prosecution under the EPA 1990 dismissed following successful no case to answer submission

03.05.2022

The complainant had brought a private prosecution at Bexley Magistrates' Court under section 82 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 ("EPA"), alleging that the presence of mice at her council

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CASE:

Two-week public inquiry concerning a proposed development of 97 dwellings and 0.5 hectares of allotments

20.04.2022

Edward Grant begins a two-week Public Inquiry representing Central Bedfordshire Council. The inquiry is in relation to a proposed development of 97 dwellings and 0.5 hectares of allotments on an

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CASE:

Court of Appeal to consider whether authorities have power to waive compliance with statutory time limits relating to flexible tenancies

05.04.2022

In Croydon LBC v Kalonga [2022] 2 WLR 592, SC the Supreme Court explained how a flexible tenancy could be determined during its fixed term. Our summary of the judgment

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CASE: Local Government

Court of Appeal considers combination of protected characteristics in context of homelessness review

01.04.2022

The Court of Appeal has given judgment in Biden v Waverley Borough Council [2022] EWCA Civ 442. The case concerned the sufficiency of inquiries made to determine the suitability of

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CASE: Licensing

Cambridge City Council defends its decision to grant Co-op a new premises licence

17.03.2022

Last week Asitha Ranatunga represented Cambridge City Council defending its decision to grant a new premises licence to the Co-op on Mill Road, within one of the Council's Cumulative Impact

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