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Presumption in favour of sustainable development clarified by Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal reviewed the application of paragraph 14 of the NPPF and the presumption in favour of sustainable development. The decision significantly limits the application of the presumption.
26 July 2017


UK infrastructure delivery: an interview with Liz Dunn, Burges Salmon

A video interview with Burges Salmon's Liz Dunn on how we can improve the delivery of UK infrastructure. Topics include: the role of planning and three key areas for improvement.
18 July 2017

General election 2017 – implications for planning law

What are the implications for planning and development following the general election? Which manifesto pledges are likely to dominate in the coming months and beyond?
27 June 2017

New Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations – what are the key changes?

The new EIA Regulations are due to come into force on 16 May 2017. This article explores the amendments and highlights the steps developers and local authorities will need to take in order to comply.
03 May 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon shortlisted as Planning Law Firm of the Year at Planning Awards 2017

Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony taking place on 21 June 2017 at Savoy Place in London.
04 April 2017

Renewable energy on farms

Renewable energy projects on farms have become increasingly popular. However, recent changes to planning mechanisms are limiting what farmers and landowners can do.
20 March 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon helps Snowdonia Pumped Hydro secure development scheme

Planning and energy lawyers from Burges Salmon advised the company to secure development consent for a pumped hydro-electric storage scheme.
09 March 2017

The housing white paper – worth the wait?

Will the government's long-awaited housing white paper help to solve the UK's housing crisis? We look at the implications for developers, planners and investors.
08 February 2017

The Neighbourhood Planning Bill – what are the implications for developers?

An outline of the possible implications for developers arising out of the second reading of the Neighbourhood Planning Bill in the House of Lords.
31 January 2017

The Neighbourhood Planning Bill 2016 – implications for developers

The Neighbourhood Planning Bill is the latest piece of legislation to be introduced with the aim of streamlining the planning process. We highlight two interesting proposals from the legislation.
04 November 2016

Public procurement: when is a development agreement not a public works contract?

A review of R (Faraday Development Ltd) v West Berkshire Council and another which offers guidance on how development agreements can be structured to fall outside the scope of public procurement law.
22 September 2016

Press release

Burges Salmon helps innogy and Statkraft secure consent for Triton Knoll Electrical System

Burges Salmon has advised innogy and Statkraft on the securing of a Development Consent Order (DCO) for its Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm electrical system. 
06 September 2016

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