Sauvain QC, Stephen
Stephen Sauvain is a leading practitioner in all aspects of town and country planning and in highways law, road traffic regulation, local government and finance, compulsory purchase and compensation, judicial review and environmental law.
He acts for developers, local authorities, government agencies, interest groups and objectors in public inquiries ranging from major retail and town centre regeneration, minerals and landfill, energy, housing, commercial development, road, bridge and tunnel and other major infrastructure schemes.
He regularly appears in the Administrative Court and the Lands Tribunal and has appeared to promote a private bill (the River Calder [Diversion] Bill) before a select committee of the House of Lords.
His advisory work covers all areas of local government law with a particular emphasis on constitutional issues, planning, compulsory purchase, highways and road traffic regulation (including parking civil enforcement).
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