Upward Extension Tangles: On the pitfalls & opportunities of Permitted Development Rights
Roy Pinnock of Dentons explores the complex use and ramifications of permitted development rights at a property development in Newbury.
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Roy is a partner in Dentons' Planning and Public Law team, bringing his experience of working on regeneration projects within local government and as a consultant to his legal practice. He advises on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious planning for complex housing, fracking and mixed-uses development, including environmental assessment, highways law and judicial review. He is also a Solicitor Advocate with higher rights of audience, and a specialist in Community Infrastructure Levy, EIA/ SEA, viability, Local Plans and related hearings and examinations.
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