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Planning and Rights of Way in National Parks, the Broads and AONBs

James Maurici QC, Nick Grant, Matthew Dale-Harris, John Litton QC and James Neill discuss planning and rights of way in National Parks, the Broads and AONBs.

Programme:
 
Introduction by Chair - James Maurici QC

The role of NPAs and AONBs in the planning system - Matthew Dale-Harris

Update on national policy and guidance - John Litton QC

Biodiversity and conservation issues - James Neill

Access to the NPs and Broads, and rights of way issues - Jacqueline Lean Questions and discussion

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About the speakers

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James Maurici QC

James Maurici was called to the Bar of England & Wales in 1996. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2013. He practices in planning; environmental law; and public law.

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Nick Grant

Nick accepts instructions in cases concerning Planning and Compulsory Purchase law, Property law, Administrative, Public and Procurement Law, Environmental law, Commercial Dispute Resolution, and Costs.

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Matthew Dale Harris

Matthew Dale-Harris

Matthew is a planning and property law specialist. In planning law he regularly appears for local authorities, developers, NGOs and local community groups at public inquiries, hearings and in the High Court.

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John Litton QC

John is a leading silk in the areas of town and country planning, environmental law, highways, compulsory purchase & compensation and administrative law. He also practices in a broad range of civil and commercial litigation matters including complex rating cases.

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James Neill

James was called to the Bar in 2006. He joined Landmark Chambers from Allen & Overy, where he spent five years focussing on commercial judicial review, planning and environmental, procurement litigation and international arbitration, particularly in the renewable energy, regulated utilities and infrastructure sectors.

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