Cornerstone on the Planning Court is the only book to provide a detailed review and analysis of the work of the new Planning Court.
This brand new title 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
-Coverage of recent and important 2015 legislative changes to the public law litigation process, some of which are directly aimed at planning challenges
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.
As such Cornerstone on the Planning Court 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.
This title is the third in the new ‘Cornerstone on…’ series published with a highly respected chambers and gives a clear understanding and appreciation of procedure and tactics within the Planning Court.
The full author team is comprised of:
General Editor: Tom Cosgrove MA (Cantab)
Contributors: Michael Bedford LLB (Hons); Josef Cannon LLB (Hons); Estelle Dehon BA (Hons) LLB (Wits) BCL; MPhil (Oxon); Emma Dring LLB (Hons) LLM (Cantab); James Findlay QC MA (Cantab); Robin Green LLB (Hons); Mark Lowe QC; Jack Parker BA (Hons) MSt; Clare Parry BA (Oxon); and Asitha Ranatunga MA (Cantab) MPhil (Cantab)
Robert Williams LLB (Hons)