Planning and other consents – risk of judicial review

Date: 
Tuesday 31 October 2017
Time: 
08:00 - 09:30
Location: 
Brodies House, 31-33 Union Grove, Aberdeen, AB10 6SD
Audience: 
Developers, planning consultants, land agents and local authority solicitors and planners

Categories:

  • Planning & Environment
  • Public Law, Regulatory and Competition

Brodies’ planning team presents an update on the practical implications of judicial review to consenting processes, our specialist lawyers will cover issues including:

  • time limits;
  • who can challenge and on what grounds;
  • impact of pending judicial review;
  • the outcome of successful judicial review;
  • recent court decisions – specific risks?; and
  • protective expenses orders.
Speakers: 
Neil Collar
Neil
Collar
Partner
+44 (0)131 656 0125
neil.collar@brodies.com
Karen
Hamilton
Partner
+44 (0)141 245 6225
karen.hamilton@brodies.com
Niall
McLean
Associate
+44 (0)131 656 0281
niall.mclean@brodies.com

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