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Permission In Principle: In Practice

Meeta Kaur, Zack Simons, Duncan Field, Heather Sargent and Simon Ricketts discuss permission in principle.

An expanded “permission in principle” regime for major residential and residential mixed use development offers a potentially attractive alternative to outline planning permission and will be the subject of regulations this Autumn, to become law at the end of the year. The procedure could also be central to the Planning White Paper’s longer term proposals.

This webinar will look at the following:

  • What development will be possible under the new regime and what will be the advantages over a traditional planning application?
  • The role of local brownfield registers - progress, practical strategies
  • The nuts and bolts: screening for EIA, parameters, technical details approval, planning obligations
  • The bigger picture: PiPs landscape to date, the potential role of PiPs in Planning For The Future

About the speakers

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Meeta Kaur

Meeta is a UK qualified lawyer and chartered town planner. She specialises in large scale mixed-use redevelopment and regeneration schemes, including urban extensions, in London and across the country.

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Zack Simons

Zack’s practice focuses on housing, infrastructure, commercial development, and compulsory purchase work. He acts for a wide range of developers, including some of the UK’s leading housebuilders, a wide range of regional housebuilders and some of the country’s leading land promoters, Central Government, and many local planning authorities.

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Heather Seargent

Heather Sargent

Heather practises primarily in planning and compulsory purchase, environmental and EU law. She is ranked in both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500. She is also listed as one of the top five planning juniors in the Planning Law Survey 2020 and as one of the top three juniors under 35.

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Rowann Clapp

Simon Ricketts

Simon specialises in planning, compulsory purchase and related public law issues in relation to major mixed-use development schemes across England. Before co-founding Town, he was head of planning and environmental law first at SJ Berwin and then King & Wood Mallesons.

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Duncan Field

Duncan Field

Duncan advises on major infrastructure projects and regeneration schemes around the UK. He was previously head of planning law at Norton Rose Fulbright and was also a specialist planning partner at Wragge & Co and SJ Berwin. Duncan led the team that won the Real Estate Team of the Year at the British Legal Awards in 2016 and Planning Law Firm of the Year at the UK Planning Awards in 2017.

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