QC and barrister from No5 Chambers secure victory for their clients
The secretary of state has allowed two appeals against Cherwell District Council, handing victory to Jeremy Cahill QC of No5 Chambers for his client Barwood Strategic Land II and to barrister Peter Goatley of No5 Chambers for his client Gladman Developments.
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