06 June 2023

DCO Hot Topics: What keeps us awake at night…

Join us for the next webinar in our 2023 Planning and Compulsory Purchase series where we will be focussing on the hot topics surrounding Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects. 

In this webinar, practice development lawyer Sarah Sutherland will be joined by Partner Alex Minhinick, Senior Associate John Arthur and Solicitor Olivia Heininger from our Planning and CPO team, to share thoughts on what they consider to be some of the key challenges for projects at the moment. 

During the session the speakers will discuss the revised draft National Policy Statements and the Government's proposed changes to the DCO process, as well as legal challenges to DCOs including on carbon and climate change grounds.

Event details

Date: Thursday, 20 July 2023

Time: 12pm

Duration: 1 hour

Development Constraints: What to watch out for

In this webinar we discuss the significant impact that town and village greens and common land can have on the development potential of a site. We take you through the respective regimes and highlight the practical implications of recent case law.

Please note: this webinar was first broadcast on Tuesday, 21 March 2023

NPF4: Delivering development in a Net Zero Scotland

For the first webinar of our 2023 series we kicked the year off with a Scottish-focussed update on the revised draft of the National Planning Framework 4, which was adopted on 13 February 2023.

This webinar considers some of the upcoming key policy changes and the practical implications that these will have for developments in Scotland.

Please note: this webinar was first broadcast on Tuesday, 21 February 2023.

Upcoming webinars: 

September: A Guide to EIA and HRA

November: Case Law update

To watch any of our on-demand webinars from 2022, please click here. For our 2021 on-demand webinars, please click here.

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