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Bridging the Gap: planning pointers for property practitioners

Myriam Stacey QC, Jenny Wigley QC, Katrina Yates and Heather Sargent focus on key points that property practitioners need to know about section 106 obligations and planning enforcement.

Landmark Chambers brings together Myriam Stacey QC and Jenny Wigley QC from its property and planning teams. They are joined by Katrina Yates and Heather Sargent to explore planning law concepts that you may have wondered about but been too afraid to ask.

When can a planning point become a private property law headache? Which planning points does a property litigator need to look out for and understand?

This webinar is aimed at property practitioners who seek clarity about basic planning issues but may also be of interest to those starting out in planning.

To access the presentation slides for this webinar, please follow this link - https://www.landmarkchambers.co.uk/re...

About the speakers

Myriam Stacey QC

Myriam Stacey QC

Landmark Chambers

Myriam took silk in 2021 following a highly successful practice as a senior junior encompassing all aspects of property litigation, related professional negligence, commercial and residential landlord and tenant and commercial chancery litigation. 

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David Elvin

Jenny Wigley QC

Landmark Chambers

Jenny’s practice is focused on planning and environmental law and non-domestic rating (local government tax). Of notable recent interest, she represented the successful claimant in the statutory review challenge to all the Green Belt allocations in the Leeds Site Allocations Plan.

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Katrina Yates centered

Katrina Yates

Landmark Chambers

Katrina has been recognised in the legal directories as a leading Property and Chancery junior. She also has expertise in complementary areas of Planning Law.

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Heather Seargent

Heather Sargent

Landmark Chambers

Heather practises primarily in planning and compulsory purchase, environmental and EU law. She is ranked in both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500.

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