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Harriet is a barrister with some 25 years' experience. Her principal areas of practice concern planning and environment law, and related property matters. Recent work includes major compulsory purchase and compensation disputes; contentious residential proposals and related problems of housing land supply; high value basement development in London; and environmental impact assessment raising some of the most complex environmental issues of the day including heritage impact, habitats and species protection, and air quality concerns. Harriet is frequently engaged to provide advice ' often on difficult questions of law, but also on strategy, procedure, and the conduct of negotiations. Recent instructions include the conduct of local authority Councillors, compensation claims under Part 1 of the Land Compensation Act 1973, reform of compulsory purchase law, and current legal issues in waste management. On Climate Change, Harriet is the author of two articles in the Journal of Planning Law (2008 and 2009) and is following policy developments in this area with interest.
Do you have a any guidance notes on the making of a deed poll after the expiry of the notice to treat or notice to enter where land comprised within a compulsory acquisition of land is in unknown ownership?
If an enforcement notice is served on both the tenant and landlord and this is not appealed or complied with, who will be liable to be prosecuted?
Is there a rule which allows a structure or temporary structure for which planning permission was needed, but not obtained, to remain and to be replaced after it has stood unchallenged for a period of time without the prospect of enforcement action from the local authority?
Is there any evidence to suggest that the Limitation Act 1980 would not apply to the enforcement of section 106 obligations?
Planning and Environment Bar Association (PEBA)
United Kingdom Environmental Law Association (UKELA)
Compulsory Purchase Association (CPA)
National Infrastructure Planning Association (NIPA)
Oxford Brookes University ' Mathematics and Economics - BSc Hons First Class
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