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Big majority in favour of Fixed Penalty Notices for fly-tipping.
A Traveller can be both within a protected race, such as an Irish or Scottish Traveller, or a New Traveller, and other aspects of law.
Unison appeal dismissed. Now we await the review.
More power to those with learning disabilities or autism, and their families.
Traveller status has been redefined...
The format of any investigation could be of great importance.
Practical implications of judgment for developers’ negotiations on small-scale and brownfield sites.
…after council prosecuted a defective Breach of Condition notice...
Judgment of interest to all those involved in local plan examination.
A practical guide on the pitfalls local planning authorities should avoid.
Philip Rule, a member of No5 Chambers Public Law Group, is taking part in an upcoming seminar held by the Public Law Project.
Simon Worlock was instructed on behalf of Colin Patterson in R v Colin Patterson & Dafydd Raw-Rees.
In the first of a series of quarterly round-ups Kathryn Taylor reviews some of the key decisions of the family court, with the emphasis on local authority failings.
Developer Rainier Properties Ltd has secured permission at appeal for 135 new homes on a parkland site at the edge of the village of Burbage in Leicestershire.
This paper considers selected topics in the broad (and full of case law) topic of homeless persons, together with a brief mention of the duty of local housing authorities to carry out a review of accommodation needs.
Nageena Khalique, head of public law at No5 Chambers, has spoken on behalf of Action Cerebral Palsy at the House of Commons.
S Chelvan was on the panel of an event titled ‘The role of pro-bono lawyers in ensuring the protection of refugee rights’ at the European Pro Bono Forum in London.
Christopher Young and James Corbet Burcher have advised and represented Persimmon Homes Severn Valley at the Backwell Neighbourhood Plan Examination.
A High Court judge has granted short-term injunctions against five men, which ban them from approaching any female under 18 in public places.
Members of No5 Chambers have represented in an inquiry that involved two local planning authorities.