The Growth and Infrastructure Bill - A Model of Piecemeal Reform?

Thu, 21 Feb 2013

By Jeremy Cahill QC and James Corbet Burcher
Jerry Cahill QC and James Corbet Burcher look at four key provisions in the Growth and Infrastructure Bill, from both a practical and a legal perspective.
 
The Growth and Infrastructure Bill, introduced before Parliament in October 2012, has, at the time of writing, reached the House of Lords Committee stage. On 23 January 2013, the TCPA held a Parliamentary Briefing in the House of Lords, chaired by Lord Beecham and supported by No5 Chambers. With contributions from the Bar and the TCPA’s Hugh Ellis, discussion – just like the Parliamentary debates on the Bill – was lively and thought-provoking.

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