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No5’s Adrian Keeling has defended Anthony France, 41, from Watford, who is facing charges of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office.
Laura Davidson acts for successful local authority in COP case ousting abusive live-in carers from an elderly woman’s home
London Borough of Redbridge v G, C and F was initially brought under the inherent jurisdiction due to concerns that C and F were unduly influencing G.
The High Court has ruled that an owner of empty property is not entitled to a ‘prohibited by law’ exemption from unoccupied property rates.
On 2 July 2014, the secretary of state issued his decision on two appeals against the Wychavon District Council’s refusal of planning permission for two large housing schemes.
Ian Dove QC and Hugh Richards from No5 acted for East Northampton District Council in a matter concerning a planning application for a retail and leisure scheme in Rushden.
Nageena Khalique of No5 Chambers has appeared on behalf of the family of Dana Baker in a lengthy four-week inquest culminating in a narrative determination.
No5 members S Chelvan and Ian Brownhill will be speaking at The Public Law Project North Conference 2014, which will be held in Manchester on 17 July.
The High Court has quashed (for the second time) a planning permission for a single dwelling on the edge of Hazelwood in Derbyshire.
No5 Chambers has been shortlisted for the Chambers of the Year award at The Lawyer Awards 2014.
On 4 April, Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau held a fundraising Golf Day at North Worcestershire Golf Club, which was sponsored by No5 Chambers.
Planning and environment barrister Timothy Jones from No5 has appeared for the successful claimant, a mobile-home park owner, in a recent case.
This article focuses on the changes brought about by the decisions in Re A (Children: Habitual Residence)  UKSC 60 and LC (children)  UKSC 1.
Earl Pinnock of No5 Chambers has defended Joyce Trail, a dentist who has been ordered to pay back more than £1.3m to the NHS.
Three No5 Chambers barristers have acted for Barwood in the successful defences of section 288 challenges brought by South Northamptonshire Council.
Hashi Mohamed has successfully represented Cornwall Council in a judicial review that is likely to have far-reaching ramifications for local authorities.
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’.
Tim Jones of No5 Chambers was the examiner for the Cringleford neighbourhood development plan and recommended that the plan should proceed to referendum.
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.
Two challenges to decisions of the secretary of state were heard by Mr Justice Lewis in respect of the ‘Tetbury appeals’.
In P and Q v Surrey County Council & Others, the Court of Appeal approved Parker J’s suggested new ‘relative normality’ test for assessing whether or not someone was being deprived of their liberty.