Planning law is a niche area which many property lawyers will gladly shy away from where possible, yet there is no doubt that many practitioners would benefit from a greater understanding of this complex and often changeable field of practice.
To address this need, we have developed a comprehensive 3-hour planning law course entitled A-Z of Planning Law for Property Practitioners; Essential for commercial and residential property practitioners who wish to enhance their knowledge of planning law, it will furnish viewers with a detailed overview of planning law and the key areas that practitioners need to be aware of depending upon their area of expertise.
Delivered in a clear and easy to digest format, this course will be invaluable for paralegals and legal executives who require an introductory planning law training course and for those who currently practice in other areas but who are considering moving into planning law.
For practitioners with greater PQE, our selection of bite-size 20-minute planning law courses represent a convenient way to maintain their technical legal knowledge. The title Fracking Update 2018 will furnish practitioners with details of recent developments including what the future holds for fracking companies, the response to the Shale Wealth Fund and the way in which the government envisages local authorities and local communities benefiting from the exploration of fracking sites in their areas. This planning law training course will also discuss the High Court’s dismissal of a planning challenge to the grant of permission to Cuadrilla regarding two sites in Lancashire.
Similarly, during the session Community Infrastructure Levy - Recent Developments, lecturer Richard Quenby will discuss the background to the CIL and will examine the general and specific proposals contained within the MHCLG’s consultation, what the response to the consultation is likely to be and what this may mean in practice, making this planning law course a must for all property practitioners.
Keywords: Planning Law CPD
During this session barrister Rachel Coyle of 36 Civil will discu ... read more
The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is a planning charge, env ... read more
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