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Kings Chambers has released the latest edition of Highway Law — a well-established practitioner text on all aspects of the law governing highways.
Anthony Crean QC led a team that has successfully secured planning permission at appeal for 85 dwellings in Banbury Road, Deddington, Oxfordshire.
The High Court has confirmed that the NPPF did not change substance of planning policy and clarifies what information must be advertised for EIA.
The Supreme Court has granted permission to appeal in the case, which concerns the registration of an area of beach known as West Beach in Newhaven, East Sussex.
Kings Chambers has announced that three of its commercial silks, Paul Chaisty QC, Lesley Anderson QC and David Casement QC, have been ranked in The Chambers Bar 100 UK Bar.
Michael Rawlinson QC of Kings Chambers was instructed to admit breach of duty but deny causation on a novel basis in A v Avalon Solicitors.
Kings Chambers has announced its chosen Christmas charity this year: the Wood Street Mission Christmas Project.
Kings Chambers has partnered with Manchester University law school.
Kings Chambers’ Sam Karim has spoken at the EHFCN workshop on cross-border data sharing and data protection, which was held in Brussels on 6 December 2013.
Martin Carter from Kings Chambers has defended the refusal of planning permission for a six-turbine wind farm.
Two senior counsel have joined Kings Chambers as associate tenants to coincide with the launch of Kings Arbitration.