Planning and Compulsory Purchase Webinar Series 2022

In this quarterly webinar series we cover a range of topical issues led by planning and compulsory purchase specialists

05 December 2022

Planning Case Law Update

For the final webinar of our 2022 Planning and Compulsory Purchase Webinar series we round off the year with an update on recent planning case law. This webinar provided a review of the standout cases of 2022, focussing on Development Consent Orders, Compulsory Purchase Orders and the Town & Country Planning Act.

Please note:
this webinar was first broadcast on Tuesday, 29 November 2022.

Section 106 and Community Infrastructure Levy Update

This webinar focussed on a review of recent case law and practical tips arising from it, as well as the proposed reforms in the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill. The speakers will drew on their extensive experience in drafting and negotiating agreements and advising on CIL liability.

Please note: this webinar was first broadcast on Tuesday, 4 October 2022


The Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill

In this webinar we discuss the wide range of Government proposals contained within the Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill that impact on planning and compulsory purchase issues. The speakers also offered their take on the likely ramifications of the most impactful reform proposals.

Please note: this webinar was first broadcast on Wednesday, 20 July 2022

Environment Act and Biodiversity Net Gain

In this webinar we provide an overview of the Parts of the Environment Act 2021, focussing on the provisions which impact the planning and compulsory purchase regime, particularly Biodiversity Net Gain and conservation covenants, and providing tips for issues to think about for projects which are being consented this year during the piecemeal introduction of all the provisions. 

Please note: this webinar was first broadcast on Wednesday, 18 May 2022

Net Zero: what does it mean in practice? 

In this webinar we give an overview of what 'Net Zero' means and consider recent statutory and policy changes in England and Wales that are likely to have an impact on development projects and decision-making. We cover the practical implications of Net Zero in terms of the types of infrastructure needed to deliver it and how to address the new policy requirements in applications for planning consent. The webinar provides practical tips as well as highlighting potential challenges in this fast evolving area.

Please note: this webinar was first broadcast on Tuesday, 8 March 2022

Watch our previous webinars from 2021 here:

  • A Procedural Guide to Judicial review and Statutory Challenges
  • The story of s106 agreements
  • Town and Village Greens - a Constraint on Development
  • Planning Case Law in 2020 Review

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