News and Resources
Below is a selection of news items, case notes, articles, books and papers authored by members of Chambers.
There is also a separate Archive of Inspector’s Reports in respect of applications to register new town or village greens.
Sevenoaks District Council have been successful in their arguments on an appeal against a certificate of appropriate alternative development issued by them in relation to land owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark at St Lawrence Church and Presbytery, Edenbridge and limiting the amount of residential development on the land to 5 dwellings. Read more
A coalition of trade bodies is threatening legal action in a bid to challenge the Government's controversial proposals to ‘tear-up the licensing regime'. Read more
Mr Justice Treacy, sitting in the high court in Belfast, granted leave on 27 September 2010 to bring judicial review proceedings brought by Sir George Bain former vice-chancellor of Queen's University, and Danny Moore (former CEO of Wombat) on behalf of The Communities Against the Lough Neagh Incinerator (CALNI) against the controversial decision by the Department of the Environment to approve Rose Energy plans to build the £100m chicken litter/biomass burner near Glenavy, County Antrim. Read more
FTB is delighted to see that we have retained and improved our positions in the rankings in the Legal 500 2010 edition in the major fields of planning and licensing and health, safety and environment law. Comments from the directory include: Read more
The UK's gas storage capacity is set to rise by 15 per cent after the Government gave the go ahead on 9 September, following a public inquiry, for WINGAS Storage UK Limited to convert its Saltfleetby depleted gas field into an underground gas storage facility. Read more