No5 Chambers Success in Planning Magazine’s Guide to Planning Lawyers 2013-14

Mon, 01 Jul 2013

Martin Kingston QC has once again topped Planning Magazine’s annual poll of the most respected barristers in the planning and environmental field of work. The survey receives responses from solicitors, barristers, and planning practitioner’s.
 
Ian Dove QC and Jeremy Cahill QC also both made the top rated silks list coming in 3rd and 8th respectively.
 
No5 fared well in the top rated juniors category with Peter Goatley (8th), Chris Young (12th), Richard Kimblin (19th), Satnam Choongh (23rd) Hugh Richards (23rd), Celina Colquhoun (33rd) and Paul Cairnes (37th) all making an appearance.
 
In addition, in the top rated junior’s under 35 category Jack Smyth climbed to 6th place this year along with Thea Osmund-Smith (9th), Suella Fernandes (13th), and James Corbet-Burcher debuting in 19th position.
 
For more information on No5 Chambers Planning and Environmental team please click here to view all members or alternatively contact the planning team’s clerks:

Andrew Bisbey: [email protected]
Robert Woods: [email protected]
Tel: 0845 210 5555

The guide can be downloaded below:

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