Please join us for a special edition of our 2022 Planning and Compulsory Purchase Webinar series, focussing on the Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill.
The webinar was chaired by Sarah Sutherland (Director), who was joined by colleague Alex Minhinick (Director), and Richard Turney of Landmark Chambers.
The Bill (the “LURB”) is giving effect to a wide range of Government proposals impacting on planning and compulsory purchase issues, some of which have potentially far-reaching consequences for the development management regime as we know it.
The compulsory purchase provisions are being read in tandem with ongoing consultation which we expect to see influence future versions of the bill as it progresses through Parliament. The speakers teased out the most impactful reform proposals, and offered their take on likely ramifications. The webinar also includes a Q&A section at the end.
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Wednesday, July 20, 2022 · 12:00 p.m.
Duration: 1 hour
Who can attend?Everyone
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Sarah is a director in the Planning and Compulsory Purchase team. She specialises in advising developers, landowners and public sector clients on large infrastructure and mixed use redevelopment schemes across the UK including the use of CPO...
Richard was called to the Bar in 2007 and specialises in planning, environmental and public law. He has a broad court, inquiry and advisory practice and a wide client base, including major developers and landowners, central Government, local...