Planning Podcast - Episode 10 - Planning Appeals & Mixing Modes

Thu, 23 Jul 2020

The Business and Planning Act 2020:

  • how amendment to the Town and Country Planning 1990 Act, may change the mix of appeal procedures; what might be the consequent changes in the rules?;
  • what the real practical effects are likely to be: will they make appeals less able to get the heart of the issues, or will they make appeals more effective and more focussed?
  • Howard Leithead, planning and environmental barrister at No5 Barristers' Chambers, takes us through the changes, the impacts and the practical points arising.

There is a note on the website for future reference and for appeal aficionados.

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