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Common Land –High Court confirms camping not “open-air recreation”

No right of wild camping on Dartmoor Commons
16 February 2023

Developing Common Land – what do I need to consider?

This case considers the lawfulness of a section 38 consent under the Commons Act 2006 for the first time in the High Court
16 February 2023

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Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects Forum 2023

An update on the challenges facing major infrastructure planning and practical guidance on how to successfully gain a development consent order

23 January 2023

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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

Small Modular Reactors: siting considerations and consenting routes

Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) are increasingly being seen as a critical component of the UK’s future energy generation landscape. We outline the key developments influencing the siting considerations and consenting routes for those projects.
10 November 2022

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Consultation and Stakeholder Engagement for Infrastructure

Your practical guide to successfully plan and deliver an effective consultation strategy
16 August 2022

Cynllunio a Phrynu Gorfodol: Beth sydd ar y gorwel yng Nghymru yn 2022?

Trosolwg o’r newidiadau cynllunio a phrynu gorfodol sydd ar y gorwel yng Nghymru
13 January 2022

Planning and Compulsory Purchase: What to look out for in Wales in 2022?

Overview of the upcoming changes to the planning and compulsory purchase regimes in Wales
13 January 2022

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Planning and Compulsory Purchase Webinar Series 2021

In this quarterly webinar series we cover a range of topical issues led by planning and compulsory purchase specialists
21 December 2021

Legal challenge to the DfT’s £27bn road building plan dismissed

The High Court has dismissed a judicial review application which accused the Secretary of State of failing to account for environmental impacts under RIS2
09 September 2021

Stonehenge road tunnel development consent order overturned

Campaigners win High Court judicial review challenge quashing the Secretary of State’s approval of the A303 Stonehenge tunnel
09 September 2021

Lacking credibility? An expert’s overriding duty to the Upper Tribunal

The case of Heath Colin v London Southend Airport clarifies the obligations of experts when giving evidence to the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber)
27 August 2021
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