Environment cases tracker 2019 [Archived]
Environment cases tracker 2019 [Archived]

The following Environment practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Environment cases tracker 2019 [Archived]
  • Upper Tribunal
  • High Court
  • Court of Appeal
  • UK Supreme Court
  • The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council
  • General Court of the European Union
  • Court of Justice of the European Union

ARCHIVED: This Environment cases tracker has been archived and is not maintained.

This Environment cases tracker tool displays key decisions and appeal updates of interest to Environment lawyers from 1 January 2019.

The tracker is divided into:

  1. the Upper Tribunal

  2. the High Court of England and Wales

  3. the Court of Appeal

  4. the UK Supreme Court

  5. the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council

  6. the General Court of the European Union

  7. the Court of Justice of the European Union

Judgments and appeal updates can be found in the court where the most recent judgment was handed down. Cases are displayed in reverse chronological order with the most recent first.

For information on key decisions and appeal updates of cases where judgment was handed down in 2020, see: Environment cases tracker 2020.

For information on previous key decisions and appeal updates, see:

  1. Environment cases tracker 2018 [Archived]

  2. Environment cases tracker 2017 [Archived]

  3. Environment cases tracker 2016 [Archived]

Upper Tribunal

CaseJudgment dateTopicsKey facts/analysis
Fearon and v Environment Agency
[2019] UKUT 97 (LC)
29 March 2019
  1. Riparian rights and obligations

Easement—Water. The claimants' action against the Environment Agency for interference with their quasi-easements over an artificial watercourse was dismissed. The Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) held that although the basic principle was that there was no natural right to water in an artificial watercourse, there were, however, various

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