Kings Chambers welcomes Gary Grant to its planning team
Kings Chambers has announced that Gary Grant has accepted an invitation to join Kings Chambers’ planning team.
Grant was called to the Bar in 1985 and is an experienced practitioner in all areas of town and country planning. He also practises in the fields of administrative, public and environmental law.
He has been frequently instructed to act for the private and public sectors including government agencies and has a wealth of experience gained from promoting and opposing a range of development proposals in the south west, south and south east of England.
Grant was previously head of the planning team at 12 College Place, Southampton, prior to joining Kings Chambers. He is also qualified as a civil and commercial mediator.
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