CASE: Planning and Environment
London drones and planning: what does the future hold?
Drone technology and capability has the potential to transform the way we live in London and across the UK. The potential falls broadly into two categories: cargo transportation and passenger
CASE: Public Law and Judicial Review, Housing, Property, Local Government
High Court upholds Council’s enforcement policy on private sector landlords
R (Humber Landlords Association) v Hull City Council  EWHC 332 (Admin)
Possession on the domestic violence ground (without proving domestic violence)
Paragraph 14A of Part 2 of Schedule 2 of the Housing Act 1988 provides that a social landlord may gain possession of a property where it is occupied by a
CASE: Public Law and Judicial Review, Licensing
Challenge to Uber’s London licence fails
On 26 June 2018, the Chief Magistrate renewed the operator's licence of Uber London Limited following its appeal against an earlier refusal by Transport for London.
The Chief Magistrate's decision was