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News and Resources

Below is a selection of news items, case notes, articles, books and papers authored by members of Chambers.

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Gregory Jones QC

Office of the Independent Adjudicator

Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education amenable to judicial review. Read more

Secretary of State for Transport

Secretary of State for Transport makes Harbour Revision Order in respect of the Port of Weston, paving the way to refurbishment and revitalisation of that harbour. Read more

Charles Mynors to Chair Foresters Complaints Appeal Board

Charles Mynors, the author of the leading textbook The Law of Trees, Forests and Hedgerows, has accepted an invitation to be Chairman of the Complaints Appeal Board of the Institute of Chartered Foresters. Read more

Robin Purchas QC, planning and environmental law barrister at Francis Taylor Building

Court of Appeal in Key Ruling on the Right of a Third Party to Appeal

The Court of Appeal has ruled in M A Holdings Limited v. George Wimpey UK Limited [2008] EWCA Civ 12 that the definition of an appellant for the purposes of CPR Part 52 is not limited to a party that was involved in the proceedings in the court below. Read more

FTB Opens Its Doors to the Public

Francis Taylor Building opened its doors to the public on Saturday and Sunday 19th and 20th January as part of the Temple Open Weekend. Read more

Douglas Edwards QC, planning and environmental law barrister at Francis Taylor Building

PLA Wins Important Case Concerning River Thames

An Inspector has allowed an appeal made by the Port of London Authority and London River Services (a subsidiary of Transport of London) against an enforcement notice issued by the City of Westminster concerning the use of Temple Pier. Read more

Richard Honey, public and environmental law barrister at Francis Taylor Building

Climate Change Bill - Planning and Energy Bill

Richard Honey is currently advising the Shadow DEFRA team (Peter Ainsworth MP, Greg Barker MP and Lord Taylor of Holbeach) on the Climate Change Bill, which recently entered the committee stage in the House of Lords.  Read more

Congestion Charging Equipment is Not Development

In January 2007, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea served two trial enforcement notices on Transport for London in respect of CCTV cameras, poles and cabinets erected by Transport for London on roads for which RBKC are the highway authority. Read more

Jeremy Phillips, planning and licensing barrister at Francis Taylor Building

Simon Mehigan QC and Jeremy Phillips Complete CEDR Mediation Course

We are delighted that Simon Mehigan QC and Jeremy Phillips have successfully completed the CEDR mediation course. Read more

Battle Over Too Large Service Area

An inquiry into a major new motorway standard service area at Drumbridges, South Devon, has sparked a report in the local paper. Read more

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