Moore v Secretary of State: The Consequences for Gypsy and Traveller Planning

Thu, 23 Apr 2015

Tim Jones, barrister at No5 Chambers, recently presented a seminar titled 'Moore v Secretary of State: The Consequences for Gypsy and Traveller Planning', which was held in Birmingham on 16th April.

You can download a copy of the notes below.

Details of upcoming events can be found on the Seminars and Events page.
The Planning and Environment Group Clerks can be contacted on 0845 210 5555, or at

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