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Garden communities: current thinking and proposed changes to the planning system

Garden Communities remain firmly on the development agenda. We consider recent events and proposals in relation to garden communities
13 July 2020

Event

Gladman v Scottish Ministers - Scotland and the Tilted Balance

In this webinar we will be focusing on the Court of Session's recent judgement in Gladman v Scottish Ministers, and how the Court's interpretation of SPP affects planning decision making in Scotland
01 July 2020

Preparing for a return to office working

Planning a safe and lawful return to the office working environment presents many challenges for landlords and occupiers. Here we explore employment law issues

15 June 2020

Delivering solar DCOs

Development consent has been granted for a solar and energy storage project for the first time

15 June 2020

Listed building enforcement: a new appeal consideration

The recent Supreme Court case of Dill looks to the heart of listed building protection, giving new guidance on whether something is a ‘building’
09 June 2020

Press release

Burges Salmon advises BayWa r.e. UK on acquisition of Dalquhandy Wind Farm in Scotland

The firm has advised leading global renewable energy developer BayWa r.e. UK on the acquisition of Brockwell Energy’s South Lanarkshire wind farm
08 June 2020

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Gladman Developments in landmark Scottish planning case

The firm’s Scottish Planning team has acted for Gladman in its successful appeal to the Court of Session
04 June 2020

High Court provides new guidance on orders made under s119 of the Highways Act 1980

Useful new interpretative guidance on s119 of the Highways Act has been given by the High Court in the case of The Open Spaces Society v Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
04 June 2020

Scotland and the “tilted balance” in planning decisions

The Court of Session upholds the use of the tilted balance in cases where there is a shortfall in the housing land supply

03 June 2020

COVID-19: New Regulations enable local authorities in Wales to meet and vote remotely

New Coronavirus Regulations assist local authorities in Wales to continue making decisions as rules are relaxed with regards to physical presence at meetings
19 May 2020

Permitted Development Rights - the importance of obtaining prior approval

This article considers recent decisions relating to Class O permitted development which highlight that prior approval should be sought before undertaking works.
22 April 2020

COVID-19: New Regulations enable local authorities to meet and vote remotely

New Coronavirus Regulations assist local authorities to continue making decisions as rules are relaxed with regards to physical presence at meetings
17 April 2020
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