Francis Taylor Building is delighted with Planning magazine’s Planning Law Survey 2022. With 13 silks and 14 juniors named in the survey, Francis Taylor Building’s barristers remain counsel of choice for many.
Top rated silks are Michael Humphries QC, Morag Ellis QC, Hereward Phillpot QC, Alexander Booth QC, James Pereira QC, Andrew Tait QC, Gregory Jones QC, Simon Bird QC, Douglas Edwards QC, Richard Honey QC, Saira Kabir Sheikh QC, Craig Howell Williams QC, Suzanne Ornsby QC and Richard Glover QC.
Junior members listed are Rebecca Clutten, Isabella Tafur, Mark Westmoreland Smith, Caroline Daly, Ned Westaway, Hugh Flanagan, Kate Olley, Charles Streeten, Annabel Graham Paul and Alexander Greaves.
Morag Ellis QC is ranked among the top silks for Residential.
Planning magazine invites solicitors, consultants, developers and local authorities to nominate barristers who, in their view, exemplify best practice. Barristers are voted for by the same groups – minus barristers, who are not able to vote for their peers. A total of 200 respondents gave their nominations. Only those working in roles that could involve them in commissioning or instructing a barrister or solicitor, and who received an invitation from Planning, were eligible to vote. The invitation list was compiled to ensure results were not skewed by disproportionately high levels of responses from single organisations