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Crichel Down Rules: new latest case law guidance

United Kingdom - May 23 2018 The case of Charlesworth v Crossrail Ltd 2018 EWHC 915 (Admin) concerned the acquisition of land by Crossrail Ltd for the construction of the...

Patrick Robinson.

Is there a general duty to give reasons when granting planning permission?

United Kingdom - December 8 2017 There is no general statutory requirement to give reasons when granting planning permission, but a statement of reasons may now be required by common...

Gary Soloman.

Liberalisation of EU Port Services

European Union - May 23 2016 When it comes to transport within the European Single Market, there is very little that is surprising about proposed regulation of ports. Perhaps the...

Brian Wong, Elizabeth Dunn.

Planning & CPO - Autumn 2015

United Kingdom - October 30 2015 A compulsory purchase order (CPO) should only be made where there is a compelling case in the public interest. Acquiring authorities must ensure that...

Liz McCartney, Julian Boswall, John Arthur, Sarah Sutherland, Cathryn Tracey.

A-Z of issues in renewable energy projects: T-V

United Kingdom - July 7 2015 In spite of the difficulties of changing Government policy, it is important to remember that the renewables sector is an exciting And attractive place...

Elizabeth Dunn, Jamie Cameron, Julian Boswall, Sophie Summers.