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4 April 2023

Planning Law (With Chickens): Case Law Brief: Zack Simons and Isabella Buono

R (University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trusts) v Harborough District Council


Zack Simons and Isabella Buono

24 March 2023

Centre stage

Lawmakers play political football with planning law. An article featuring Michael Gallimore.

Written by

Law Society Gazette

16 March 2023

Compulsory Reading: LURB in the Lords – No Hope

6 June 2022. The Queen was still on her throne and we’d just celebrated her platinum jubilee with a four day bank holiday...

Written by

Raj Gupta

14 March 2023

Vive la revolution

This latest set of planning reforms on the proposed infrastructure levy is bold in its vision.

Written by

Clare Fielding

10 March 2023

Planning Law (With Chickens): Quarterly: Net Zero, Nuisance and NPPF

Our next quarterly episode is here. Enjoy!


Victoria McKeegan and Nikita Sellers

3 March 2023

Planning Law (With Chickens): Case Law Brief: Ruchi Parekh on Armstrong v Secretary of State

Armstrong v Secretary of State.


Ruchi Parekh, Cornerstone Barristers

23 February 2023

Levy-Headed: Into The Gap

Can you use section 106 to fund the NHS (or, by extension, other public services)? The general answer is no.

Written by

Clare Fielding

24 January 2023

Compulsory Reading: The Maidenhead CPO

Thank you for keeping up with our blogs on Vicarage Field. It's a new year and there's another refusal.

Written by

Nikita Sellers and Raj Gupta

17 January 2023

Levy-Headed: Still IL

This is the first of a series of occasional blogs from Town Legal on any and all things relating to money and finance in planning.

Written by

Clare Fielding

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