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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.

There is also a separate Archive of Inspector’s Reports in respect of applications to register new town or village greens.

Broads Authority Bill Nears Royal Assent

On 11 February 2009 a Select Committee of the House of Lords, following a seven day opposed hearing, allowed the Bill to proceed, notwithstanding petitions from the Association of Norfolk Parish Councils and a number of individual petitioners. Read more

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

Secretary of State Decides on Derby Urban Extensions

On 26 January 2009, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government issued her decision on five competing applications for large housing scheme on or close to the southern edge of Derby. Read more

First Case Against a Pubwatch Scheme to be Taken to the High Court

A claimant has been granted permission to challenge at the High Court a decision made by the Haverhill Pubwatch Scheme, which saw him excluded from all licensed premises in the town of Haverhill, Suffolk. Read more

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

Important High Court Enforcement Case

An advertising company judicially reviewed action taken by Lambeth LBC to remove an unlawful advertisement.  Read more

Paul Hardy Appointed to Counsel

Chambers congratulate Paul Hardy, door tenant and former Member of Chambers, on his appointment to the senior position of Counsel for European Legislation at the House of Commons. Paul takes up his appointment on 9 February 2009. Read more

Roy Vandermeer QC Recognised in the New Year Honours List

FTB is delighted that former member of Chambers Roy Vandermeer QC received an OBE in the New Year Honours. Mr. Vandermeer received his OBE for voluntary service to the community in Hertfordshire. Read more

Champagne Awarded for Correct Christmas Quiz Answers

In accordance with our commitment to achieve carbon neutrality and in order to support charitable causes, FTB sent their Christmas greetings by email and gave the money saved to the Access to Justice Foundation. For a little festive fun we also attached a quiz. Read more

Gregory Jones QC

High Court Quashes NE Confirmation of Suffolk Coast SSSI

The High Court has quashed the decision of Natural England to confirm part of a SSSI on the Suffolk coast. Read more

FTB Has Achieved Top Ranking Within the Recent Edition of Chambers UK

Follow the link below to Chambers UK website: www.chambersandpartners.com   Read more

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