Practice Area CVs:
Year of Call: 2008
Anthony joined Chambers in October 2010 upon successful completion of his pupillage.
Anthony accepts instructions in all areas of Town and Country Planning, including housing, retail, compulsory purchase, highways, enforcement and minerals. Anthony has advisory experience in all of these areas, and regularly appears in planning inquiries, enforcement inquiries, and enforcement prosecutions.
Anthony accepts instructions in the field of Highways Law, including advisory work and appearances at public path and definitive map modification order inquiries.
Anthony has experience appearing in licensing appeals, and has particular experience in appeals relating to premises licences.
Anthony has experience in drafting papers in statutory challenges and Judicial Review proceedings in the High Court. Anthony has experience appearing in the High Court on planning matters.
Anthony has experience appearing in the Lands Tribunal and advising on references to the Tribunal.
Anthony also undertakes work in the field of personal injury. He acts for both Claimants and Defendants in equal measure and is happy to accept instructions on a CFA basis. The majority of his work involves Small Claims and Fast Track actions. His personal injury practice is primarily focused on road traffic litigation.
Anthony is a contributor to 'Judicial Review: Law & Practice' (Jordans:2011) edited by Frances Patterson QC (formerly of Kings Chambers) and Sam Karim (Kings Chambers).
Anthony has been cited as one of the top planning barristers under the age of 35 in the 2011 survey.
The Northern Circuit
The North Eastern Circuit
Planning and Environmental Bar Association
Career & Education
University of Oxford, Jesus College:
BA Hons. Ancient and Modern History (2:1)
University of London, Kings College
MA War Studies (with Merit)
College of Law:
Postgraduate Diploma in Law (with Distinction)
Inns of Court School of Law:
Bar Vocational Course (Very Competent)
Jesus College Open Scholarship (2002-2004)
Viscount Sankey Scholar (2007-2009)