No5 Chambers’ Planning Silks and Juniors Rate Highly in Planning Survey (1)

Fri, 27 Mar 2015

Planning Magazine has today published its Annual Planning Legal Survey, which is based upon a poll of hundreds of planning professionals.

No5 Chambers member, Martin Kingston QC, has been awarded the number one spot for Top Rated Planning Silks 2015.

The list of top 50 silks also includes 3 other No5 members; Jeremy Cahill QC (7) Richard Humphreys QC (33) and Clive Newberry QC (46).

Jeremy Cahill QC is also listed as the highest rated barrister for residential work.

Martin Kingston QC is also listed in the top 5 highest rated for residential, commercial and infrastructure work.

Planning Magazine has also ranked 7 of No5’s members as Top Rated Planning Juniors: Richard Kimblin (9), Christopher Young (13), Peter Goatley (15), Hugh Richards (18), Satnam Choongh (33), Celina Colquhoun (38) and Paul Cairnes (41).

Thea Osmund-Smith (3), James Corbet Burcher (4), Hashi Mohamed (18), Nina Pindham (18) and Jack Smyth (26), have all been ranked as Highest Rated Planning Juniors Under 35.

Click here for further information about the No5 Chambers Planning and Environment Group.

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