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No5 Chambers planning and environment group member Chris Young will be speaking at this year’s PEBA National Conference.
No5 Chambers’ Ian Dove has been interviewed for an article in Planning Magazine. Dove was discussing how local authorities are struggling to meet their ‘duty to co-operate’.
The No5/Jones Lang LaSalle Midlands Planning Conference: Planning for Growth, charity dinner and raffle raised funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care and the Samaritans.
Tim Jones of No5 Chambers was the examiner for the Cringleford neighbourhood development plan and recommended that the plan should proceed to referendum.
No5 barrister Peter Goatley has acted for Persimmon in an appeal that saw the planning inspectorate uphold Persimmon’s appeal against a decision to refuse permission for 81 dwellings.
No5 members Hugh Richards and James Corbet Burcher will be speaking at the Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects Applications Master Class 2014.
Ian Dove of No5 Chambers has led a successful appeal against Broxtowe Borough Council to construct housing on the land adjacent to Hempshill Hall in Nottingham.
The claim revolved around the grant of planning permission for a new rugby club and the construction of 200 homes.
Two challenges to decisions of the secretary of state were heard by Mr Justice Lewis in respect of the ‘Tetbury appeals’.
No5 Chambers’ Timothy Jones and Victoria Hutton have successfully defended planning permission for a Morrison’s supermarket in the face of a judicial review application.
The Chambers UK Bar Guide has ranked No5 Chambers in 15 practice areas.
No5 Chambers’ Timothy Jones was the examiner in the Cringleford Neighbourhood Plan. He has now carried out the examination and submitted a report.
Jeremy Cahill QC of No5 has secured victory for Barwood Strategic Land II and Mr and Mrs Skipper in an appeal against East Staffordshire Borough Council.
A new private sector chair — No5’s Prof David Lock QC — takes to the helm at Innovation Birmingham, as the planning application for the iCentrum building is prepared.
Ian Dove QC, Tim Jones and Nina Pindham, on behalf of Birmingham City Council, successfully defended judicial review proceedings in the High Court on 22 October 2013.
Kevin Leigh will be delivering a talk at the RTPI’s Planning and Delivery/Viability seminar, which is being held in association with Homes & Communities Atlas on 27 November.
No5 Chambers has sponsored the Royal Town Planning Institute’s Young Planners Conference, which took place on 11–12 October at the Leeds City Museum.
Richard Humphreys QC, formerly of Francis Taylor Buildings, has accepted an invitation to join the planning and environment law group at No5 Chambers.
The secretary of state has allowed two appeals against Cherwell District Council, handing victory to Jeremy Cahill QC and barrister Peter Goatley, both of No5 Chambers.
No5’s Hashi Mohamed has defended South Kesteven District Council’s enforcement notice and planning decision.