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Statutory Nuisance

Statutory Nuisance CoverGuiding you through each step, Statutory Nuisance takes you from initial assessment of a potential nuisance, through document drafting to the magistrates' court and beyond to the higher courts.

Published: 28-11-2019
Format: Paperback
Edition: 4th
Extent: 840
ISBN: 9781526509581
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 248 x 156 mm
RRP: £120.00
Online price: £96.00
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Clear, readable and user friendly this book provides lucid explanation, practical guidance and the primary materials needed in court - all in one handy volume. Accessible to the layman, yet illuminating to the experienced practitioner, this title expresses a view on the issues not yet resolved by the courts.

The new 4th edition covers the significant legislative changes such as:

- The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014
- Coventry v Lawrence [2014]
- Lorna Grace Peires v Bickerton Aerodromes Ltd [2016]
- Forster v The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government [2016]
- Cocking v Eacott [2016]

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1 Nature and Scope of Statutory Nuisance
Chapter 2 Duties and Powers of Local Authorities
Chapter 3 The Abatement Notice
Chapter 4 Challenging an Abatement Notice
Chapter 5 Criminal Proceedings under EPA 1990, section 80 for Breaches of the Requirements of an Abatement Notice
Chapter 6 Statutory Nuisance Proceedings Brought by an Individual
Chapter 7 Costs and Compensation
Chapter 8 Noise and Smell
Chapter 9 Other Powers Dealing with Problems Akin to Nuisance
Chapter 10 Other Environmental Regimes
Appendix A Forms and draft notices
Appendix B Material relating to statutory nuisance
Appendix C Material relating to magistrates' court, Crown Court and High Court proceedings
Appendix D Material relating to evidence
Appendix E Material relating to sentencing and costs
Appendix F Human rights
Appendix G Miscellaneous statutory material
Appendix H Guidance relating to noise, smell, lighting, insects and parking
Appendix I List of useful links

About the authors

Robert McCracken is a leading public and environmental law barrister

Gregory Jones QC is a barrister at Francis Taylor Building and a Visiting Lecturer at King's College London.

James Pereira, QC is a barrister at Francis Taylor Building specialising in planning, environmental, local government and administrative law, compulsory purchase and compensation. In 2017 and 2018 he was nominated as Real Estate, Environment and Planning Silk of the Year by the Legal 500 Bar Awards and ranked in the top 10 planning silks in the 2017 Planning Magazine review of the UK planning bar.

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