Beverley Firth is a specialist in town and country planning. She leads Mills & Reeve’s planning and environmental law team and her work includes helping clients, such as developers, local authorities and landowners/occupiers, navigate their way around planning law, policy and practice.
As part of one of the UK’s best-regarded planning teams, Firth advises on legal risks in planning applications, planning appeals and legal challenges and negotiates section 106 agreements. She also advises on emerging issues such as community infrastructure levy, the National Planning Policy Framework, neighbourhood planning, enterprise zones, tax increment financing and the role of the new local enterprise partnerships.
Much of her work links into infrastructure delivery and property development because of the important role that planning plays in economic growth.
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