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27 October 2023

Compulsory Reading – Castlefield v National Highway

What the Tribunal’s decision in Castlefield Property Limited v National Highways Limited [2023] UKUT 217 (LC) tells us...

Written by

Nikita Sellers and Raj Gupta

14 August 2023

Compulsory Reading: The SoS for Transport v Curzon Park Ltd

Remember Jan 2020, when Covid hadn’t yet left China, we were still going to the office 5 days a week and Zoom was a retro ice lolly?

Written by

Raj Gupta

12 August 2023

Second staircases

Just one specific example of how DLUHC’s announcements could be improved...

Written by

Simon Ricketts on Simonicity blog

5 August 2023

Does the Government have an environmental strategy or is it more of a tactic?

The extent of the climate crisis is becoming plainer by the month.

Written by

Simon Ricketts on Simonicity blog

3 August 2023

Sussex S106 marks key moment for developers in Biodiversity Net Gain provision

Iford, a beautiful 1,200ha estate has an ambitious 30-year landscape-scale vision.

Written by

CLM partners, alongside Paul Arnett

30 July 2023

A long-term plan for housing + consultations galore = a jam-packed update

It has been busy in the planning world...

Written by

Victoria McKeegan, Susannah Herbert & Chris Todman

28 July 2023

The message

Double-digit inflation. Can’t take the train to the job, there’s a strike at the station.

Written by

Simon Ricketts on Simonicity blog

27 July 2023

Compulsory Reading: Separated by a common language

Eminent Domain and Compulsory Purchase – law and practice

Written by

Raj Gupta

21 July 2023

M&S mess

I never thought I would live to see a chief executive of Marks and Spencer plc (Marks and Spencer plc!) issue a statement such as this...

Written by

Simon Ricketts on Simonicity blog

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