The Planning Podcast Ep 048 - EIA and Green House Gases after Finch - a short, practical explainer
The Planning Podcast
by Richard Kimblin KC
2w ago
Finch is a Supreme Court judgment which has been long awaited. It deals with the effects of development which are ’downstream’. Many practitioners want to know how their schemes might, or might not, be affected by the need to assess green house gas emissions which arise within ’Scope 3’. With Odette Chalaby and Sioned Davies, The Planning Podcast scopes out some of impacts of the judgment ..read more
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The Planning Podcast Ep 047 - Green Belt Summit
The Planning Podcast
by Richard Kimblin KC
1M ago
You have seen the posts about the Green Belt Summit, but you want a bit more of the inside track on this event?  Well, the Planning Podcast can help with this trailer. To secure a place, book here. https://www.no5.com/2024/05/greenbelt-summit/> And here is the link to Fields in Trust. https://fieldsintrust.org/> ..read more
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The Planning Podcast Ep 046 - Who pays the costs in the High Court – how did we get here?
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by Richard Kimblin KC
1M ago
In the third of a trio of ‘how did we get here?’ podcasts, Daniel Henderson, planning and environmental barrister at No 5 Chambers, maps out the costs regime for High Court challenges to planning and environmental decisions. It has a history, and if you don’t get where is came from you will not fully understand your position in a case where costs protection is in place. There is a note here ..read more
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The Planning Podcast Ep 045 - Planning and habitats – how did we get here?
The Planning Podcast
by Richard Kimblin KC
1M ago
In the second of a trio of ‘how did we get here?’ podcasts, the Planning Podcast assists listeners with habitats issues. If you were not ‘in planning’ when Dilly Lane was a hot topic or you want to know why the Ashdown Forest seems to be in so many cases, then Jess Allen, planning and environmental barrister at No5 Chambers will explain. There is a note here ..read more
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The Planning Podcast Ep 044 - From Localism to LURA – how did we get here?
The Planning Podcast
by Richard Kimblin KC
3M ago
In the first of a trio of ‘how did we get here?’ podcasts, Daniel Henderson, planning and environmental barrister at No 5 Chambers, maps out the key stages in policy change, case law and legislative action which changed the way that we plan development, starting with the advent of localism.  ..read more
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The Planning Podcast Ep 043 “But it's in the wrong place ”
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by Richard Kimblin KC
8M ago
"But it's in the wrong place" is a six-word summary from the Inspector’s lengthy consideration of the evidence in an inquiry into a 350 unit, mixed use scheme in South Oxfordshire. James Corbet Burcher joins Richard Kimblin KC to explain the context and the learning from this Secretary of State decision, upholding confidence in neighbourhood planning despite weighty scheme benefits ..read more
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The Planning Podcast Ep 042 - Where does my “project” start and stop?
The Planning Podcast
by Richard Kimblin KC
9M ago
Whether you are an infrastructure developer, an infrastructure provider, a promoter or decision-maker for EIA built development, how do you decide what needs to be assessed, and how? Three recent cases illustrate the problems and provide strong guidance on what needs to be done to arrive at a lawful conclusion.  Odette Chalaby explains ..read more
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The Planning Podcast Ep 41 - Apprenticeships -some lived experience of getting into land use professions
The Planning Podcast
by Richard Kimblin KC
1y ago
The Planning Podcast takes a summer diversion from planning and environmental law to the professions we work with and practical routes into them.  Danielle Dawson (Product Development Manager at Aggregate Industries) and Lisa Newland (Central Bedfordshire’s Academy and Enabling Team Planning Manager) give a view from the inside of apprenticeships. Both are positive, inspiring guests who show us an exciting route out of recruitment drought ..read more
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The Planning Podcast Ep 040 - Capturing hope value - an expert discussion
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by Richard Kimblin KC
1y ago
The Labour Party has mooted the idea of compulsory purchase of land for housing by local authorities and amendment of the rules on compensation. It is a complex area. It raises at least these questions:  what is the problem which is being targeted;  what drives land value and where are they different;  how would the proposal affect new settlements, if at all;  are there existing mechanisms to achieve the same end;  how would land-owner behaviour change;  are the CPO and valuation stages the same and what position might an objector take; are there perverse consequ ..read more
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The Planning Podcast Ep 039 - An impromptu Podcast on CG Fry - a case on nutrient neutrality and planning decisions
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by Richard Kimblin KC
1y ago
Potential effects on a European Site/Habitats Regulations/Appropriate Assessment. Does reserved matters approval/discharge of conditions require AA, potentially halting a development? The latest chapter on nutrient neutrality/eutrophication: the case of CG Fry. This is an impromptu Planning Podcast with Christian Hawley and Richard Kimblin KC giving the context and result of this High Court judgment ..read more
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