Kings Chambers releases fifth edition of ‘Highway Law’ publication
Kings Chambers has released the latest edition of Highway Law. Now in its fifth edition, Highway Law is a well-established practitioner text on all aspects of the law governing highways.
The new edition supplies a detailed and practical commentary on the law relating to the creation, upkeep, development and ownership of highways, including the powers and duties of highway authorities, the rights of users of the highway and of those who own land around the highway.
Coverage includes: the extension of the right of access to open land to coastal land and margins; changes brought about by the Localism Act 2011; and new case law on traffic regulation and parking orders.
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