As the provisions of the Housing and Planning Act 2016 gradually come into force, and with the Neighbourhood Planning Bill in the legislative process, keeping up with the law has rarely been so difficult. The Courts continue to make key planning decisions on a regular basis, and the threat of judicial review is ever-present. This update will help you to identify the issues and understand how to deal with them.
9.30 am Registration & Refreshments
10.00 am Welcome and Introduction by the Chair
John Barrett, Kings Chambers
10.10 am Infastructure and Housing - Joined up thinking?
Anthony McNamee, Associate and Kate Ashworth, solicitor - Bond Dickinson
10.55 am Neighborhood Planning
Jonathan Easton, Kings Chambers
11.40 am Refreshments Break
11.55 am Listed Buildings: Development and Enforcement
Antonia Murillo, Associate - Bond Dickinson
12.40 pm Lunch served with refreshments
13.40 pm Implications of The Housing White Paper
Martin Carter, Kings Chambers
14.25 pm Recent Developments and Common Pitfalls in Planning Enforcement
Constanze Bell, Kings Chambers
15.10 pm Case Law Update
Frank Orr, Legal Director - Bond Dickinson
15.55 pm Closing
Emotional deregulation and the use of anticipatory declarations in the Court of Protection
When is a settlement not full and final? Tomlins and the CCA
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