Green Belt Seminar: Making a very special circumstances case

Mon, 22 Nov 2021

There have been a number of successful appeals on Green Belt sites in the past 2 years.

The key to these successful cases starts with;

  •  good site selection,
  •  a strong expert team and
  •  a clear vision as to the pillars of the VSC arguments that will be run – whether on application, appeal, or called-in inquiry.

In this seminar, Chris Young QC, Thea Osmund-Smith and James Corbet Burcher draw on their practical experience to explain what makes a strong VSC case.

A recoring of the seminar along with the Seminar notes can be found below.



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