Planning Law

  • Planning applications. including pre-planning discussions with Council officers and statutory consultation.
  • Planning conditions and planning obligations, unilateral undertakings and other legal agreements
  • Planning appeals, whether by written representations, informal hearings or public inquiries
  • Statutory challenges in the High Court to decisions on planning and enforcement appeals
  • High Court planning injunctions, declarations and Judicial Review applications
  • Enforcement Notices, Magistrates’ Court and Crown Court prosecutions for planning offences concerning:
    • planning conditions
    • listed buildings
    • conservation areas
    • unlawful advertising
    • protected trees and woodland
    • unlawful occupation of land
    • confiscation orders under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) 2002

For recent examples of Prospect’s work in this field go to the News Page.

For more information contact:

Edmund Robb on 020 7947 5354 or by email on er@prospectlaw.co.uk.