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Cornerstone on the Planning Court

By: Cornerstone Barristers
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Published: 31-03-2021
Format: PDF eBook (?)
Edition: 2nd
Extent: 528
ISBN: 9781526516756
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Series: Cornerstone on...
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About Cornerstone on the Planning Court

The only book to provide a detailed review and analysis of the work of the Planning Court.

This book provides:
-An explanation of the new procedures as they are developing in practice
-Key tactical advice tailored to those who may be involved in either bringing or resisting claims by analysing the powers, procedures and jurisprudence of the Planning Court
-An examination of litigation costs

Written to be practical and accessible this is an essential reference work for all potential users of the Planning Court whether they bring, defend or take an interest in the broad range of claims that now fall to the court to decide upon.

Fully revised and restructured, the second edition is invaluable to those with an interest in aspects of planning and public law claims, whether lawyers, planning authorities, other statutory bodies, organisations, developers or action groups and individuals.

Table Of Contents

1 LIFE BEFORE THE PLANNING COURT: A HISTORY OF THE COURT'S ROLE IN THE PLANNING SPHERE
2 JURISDICTION AND PROCEDURES OF THE PLANNING COURT
3 PREPARING AND PURSUING CLAIMS
4 RESISTING CLAIMS
5 POWERS OF THE PLANNING COURT
6 COSTS
7 KEY LEGAL PRINCIPLES IN PLANNING COURT CLAIMS
Appendices
A CPR Provisions
B Practice Directions and Protocols
C Forms

Reviews

“Cornerstone Barristers are...the "go to" people for dealing with public law challenges...If you expect to be going anywhere near the Planning Court in the near future, this would be a useful guide. (Review of previous edition)” –  David Holt, Local Government Lawyer

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