Alistair took up tenancy at Landmark in March 2013. He accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers' work. Alistair has appeared in the First Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber), Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber), the County Court, Magistrates' Court, the Crown Court, and the High Court.
He has advised regarding and is instructed to appear at a hearing seeking the demolition of a large listed building. He has appeared in the criminal courts in relation to enforcement matters, including a day-long hearing in the Crown Court, involving cross-examination of the defendant. He has also advised a local authority regarding seeking an order removing travellers from the land they occupied. He has appeared for a non-statutory objector at the pre-inquiry meeting for a major CPO.
Alistair gained extensive experience of planning and environmental law during pupillage, including High Court and inquiry work, as well as advising clients.
This Practice Note considers the two main routes by which a claimant may challenge a High Court decision: judicial review and statutory challenge. It focuses on key grounds of challenge and common issues in environmental challenges. It was produced in partnership with Alistair Mills of Landmark Chambers.
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