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FTB is a barristers’ chambers with a leading reputation for planning, environment, licensing, public, compulsory purchase and land valuation, major infrastructure projects, local government, rating, ecclesiastical and religious liberty, highways, commons and open spaces and ADR.

Expertise where it counts

We are consistently recognised as a leading set by the market and directories because of the quality and number of leading practitioners we can provide, our major projects and our client base.

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Co-op Live Manchester

Co-op Live Manchester is the £365m entertainment venue that plans to make Manchester the musical capital of Europe.

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The East Anglia One (North) and East Anglia Two Offshore Windfarms

The case concerns two related applications for the construction and operation of large offshore windfarms in the North Sea.  

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Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre

In 2016 the Government announced proposals for a Holocaust Memorial in Victoria Tower Gardens immediately to the south of the Houses of Parliament.

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Walleys Quarry

Walleys Quarry is a waste landfill site locate in Newcastle Under Lyme and which opened in February 2007. 

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Sizewell C New Nuclear Power Station

The Sizewell C new nuclear power station at Sizewell in East Suffolk is one of the single most important energy infrastructure projects in the UK for a generation.  

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The O2 Academy Brixton

The O2 Academy Brixton is an internationally renowned concert venue, with audiences travelling from all over the world to attend live music events and comedy shows. The iconic stage design is based on Venice’s Rialto bridge and frames Europe’s largest fixed stage. The capacity of the venue is in the region of 5,000 persons.

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Events to keep you connected

16
Jul' 24
Breakfast Seminar: The East Anglia One North and East Anglia Two Offshore Windfarm Litigation - a Debrief

The Supreme Court has recently refused permission to appeal in each of the legal challenges to the development consent orders for the EA1N and EA2 offshore windfarms

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30
Sep' 24
FTB Annual Planning Forum (Hybrid)

This afternoon seminar will provide an opportunity to be informed about and discuss the latest developments in planning with some of the leading barristers in the field. It will focus on key practical issues, providing a convenient way for busy solicitors, consultants and local authority officers to keep up to date and to manage the implications of recent changes.  It will be followed by a drinks reception.

04
Nov' 24
Annual Compulsory Purchase and Compensation Seminar (Hybrid)

This afternoon seminar will focus on legal matters relevant to compulsory purchase and compensation but should be of benefit to all those working in this field including acquiring authority officers, solicitors, surveyors, planners, accountants and developers.

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Environmental Law Blog

Questions of environmental justice, the climate crisis, biodiversity and resource management are among the defining issues of our time. 

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11
Jul' 24
Caroline Daly Returns From Maternity Leave

Caroline Daly

We are pleased to welcome Caroline Daly back to chambers following her maternity leave. She has returned to full time practice and is accepting instructions in new matters. 

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09
Jul' 24
Appeal Allowed for Big Yellow Self Storage Facility in Camden Growth Area

Morag Ellis KC, Isabella Tafur

Following a five-day inquiry, an inspector has allowed an appeal against the refusal of planning permission by Camden Council for a Big Yellow Self Storage facility in Kentish Town.

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Environmental Law Blog

Questions of environmental justice, the climate crisis, biodiversity and resource management are among the defining issues of our time. 

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