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20th July 2021 – Court of Appeal  rejects objections based upon public nuisance

20th July 2021 GARLAND  & SALAMAN v SECRETARY OF STATE FOR ENVIRONMENT, FOOD AND RURAL AFFAIRS & SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL:  [2021] EWCA Civ 1098 – Court of Appeal  rejects objections based upon public nuisance and  confirms DMO upgrading a footpath to a bridleway was correctly made. The judgment can be found here: https://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2021/1098.pdf   Article […]

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JULY 2021 – CIL PAYMENT EXEMPTION IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR SELF -BUILD HOUSES GRANTED RETROSPECTIVE PLANNING PERMISSION

Article by Trevor Ward click here for a downloadable PDF version   6th July 2021 HIGH COURT DECIDES THAT CIL PAYMENT EXEMPTION IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR SELF -BUILD HOUSES GRANTED RETROSPECTIVE PLANNING PERMISSION UNDER SECTION 73A OF THE TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING ACT 1990 – Gardiner v Hertsemere Borough Council [2021] EWHC 1875 (Admin), 6th […]

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Kinsey v LB Lewisham – May 2021

High Court Judgment provides important reminder as to the consequences of failures in planning officer’s reports leading to the grant of planning permission – R(Kinsey)  v London Borough of Lewisham & Anor  [2021] EWHC 1286 (Admin) 18th May 2021. The recent High Court decision has highlighted the importance of ensuring that officer reports leading to […]

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Barton Park Estates – May 2021

High Court judgment provides useful reminder and summary of the case law in respect of the interpretation of planning permissions and the scope and effect of conditions as limitations to the permission –  Barton Park Estates Limited v The Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, (2) Dartmor National Park Authority [2021] EWHC […]

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Landlord Advice Companies in Litigation – Help or Hindrance?

For individual landlords unfamiliar with the courts, recovering possession from tenants must often seem like a daunting proposition. It is therefore unsurprising that many such landlords turn to the wide variety of landlord advice companies that advertise support and assistance. These advice companies often offer different ‘packages’, ranging from simply drafting letters before action to […]

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Permitted Development Rights for Householder Extensions made Permanent

Permitted Development Rights for Householder Extensions made Permanent The temporary permitted development rights allowing the construction of larger extensions to dwellinghouses which were due to expire on the 30th of May 2019 have now been made permanent. The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (“the Order”) (S.I. 2015/596) have been amended […]

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