Planning Podcast - Episode 5 - Planning and the Courts

Tue, 12 May 2020

From No5 Barristers' Chambers, in the Planning Podcast, Richard Kimblin QC is joined by Jack Smyth and Hashi Mohamed, planning and environmental barristers at No5. They consider Covid consequences: timescales for planning litigation, social distancing for the courts. The Planning Podcast asks what happens if a scheme finds itself quarantined in the Court of Appeal – what happens when your study becomes a court room – and what is a house – yes, really – what is a house?

You can find the materials: if you subscribe to Westlaw, the paper in the Journal of Planning and Environmental Law may be found via the link “Slow, slow, quick, quick, slow: pace and prospects for planning cases in the Court of Appeal” [2020] JPL 5, 470-483, and; the judgment on sub-division and §79 of the Framework is R (oao) Wiltshire Council v Secretary of State for Housing Communities and Local Government and Mr Howse [2020] EWHC 954 to be found on Westlaw, or Bailii.

 

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