Our planning barristers regularly act for landowners, occupiers and developers in construction as well as local planning authorities, highway authorities and amenity groups.

They provide advice and advocacy in connection with development and development-related issues of all kinds at every stage in the planning and development process, including:

  • Planning Applications
  • Planning Appeals
  • Permitted Development and Prior Approval
  • Section 106 Planning Obligations
  • Local Plans and Supplementary Planning Documents
  • Enforcement Notices, Breach of Condition Notices and Injunctions
  • Section 215 Notices
  • Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas, Scheduled Monuments
  • Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects
  • Advertisement Control
  • Community Infrastructure Levy
  • Compulsory Purchase and Compensation
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Trees and Hedgerows
  • Assets of Community Value
  • Commons and Village Greens
  • Highways and Public Rights of Way
  • Electricity Transmission and Distribution
  • Pipelines and Utilities
  • Riparian Rights
  • Rights of Light and Deeds of Release

Please do not hesitate to contact our clerks (see dropdown to the left) for further information, or to instruct our highly specialist team.

The Team