All well as all aspects of town and country planning in England and Wales (including applications, appeals, enforcement, environmental impact assessment, CIL, planning obligations, local and neighbourhood plans, local and neighbourhood development orders, listed buildings and advertisement control), Peter is also familiar with dealing with the consenting arrangements in the Planning Act 2008 for NSIPs as well as other consent regimes (e.g. Transport and Works Act, Electricity Act, hybrid bills) and associated areas of law including highways/public rights of way, compulsory purchase, assets of community value, environmental and land law.
Peter also accepts instructions in non-domestic rating cases.
Peter began his career as a chartered surveyor specialising in planning and development before transferring to the Bar in 2013 after more than 25 years’ in private practice in leading consultancies and at the head of his own firm.
Planning and Environmental Bar Association (PEBA)
Administrative Law Bar Association (ALBA)
UK Environmental Law Association (UKELA)
Northern Circuit Commercial Bar Association (NCCBA)
Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (non-practising)