Hazel Anderson specialises in infrastructure planning work, particularly the authorisation of railway, tram and harbour schemes.
This includes drafting the legislation and advising on all aspects including consultation, planning and compulsory purchase and compensation. A particular focus of Anderson’s work is advising on Environmental Impact Assessment and Habitats Directive issues for major projects.
She negotiates undertakings, agreements and protective provisions to address objector concerns and has also acted for a number of statutory undertakers in opposition to infrastructure schemes.
She has considerable experience in attending and managing client interests at public inquiries and hearings for contested schemes and regularly advises on the scope and content of related material. She also drafts harbour byelaws.
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