Emma Tattersdill > Freeths LLP > Leicester, England > Lawyer Profile

Freeths LLP
ONE COLTON SQUARE
LEICESTER
LE1 1QH
England

Work Department

Planning and Environment

Position

Emma specialises in environmental law including environmental permitting, contaminated land, water and air pollution, odour and noise issues, waste, protected sites and species. As well as assisting clients with all aspects of environmental regulation and permitting, environmental litigation, enforcement action and/or prosecution for environmental offences, Emma advises on environmental constraints within the planning regime including Environmental Impact Assessment. Emma regulary acts for clients in claims for damages or injunctions and in judicial review proceedings and statutory appeal proceedings.  Notable reported cases include: Tarmac Aggregates Ltd, R (on the application of) v The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs & Anor [2015] EWCA Civ 1149     

Career

Qualified September 1998. Edge Ellison (solicitor) September 1998- September 2000; Eversheds (associate) October 2000-December 2005; Marrons (principal solicitor) January 2006-August 2013; Freeths (legal director) from August 2013 to September 2015; promoted to partner at Freeths in September 2015 to date.

Languages

French

Education

Educated at the University of Leicester (LL.B (Hons) Law with French), Universite Robert Schumann Strasbourg (Diplome D’Etudes Juridiques Francaises) and College of Law, Guildford.

 

Lawyer Rankings

East Midlands > Real estate > Planning and environment

(Leading individuals)

Emma TattersdillFreeths LLP

Freeths LLP handles the complete spectrum of planning and environmental issues across its multiple East Midlands offices, and advises developers and housebuilders on the planning elements of residential, care and mixed-use developments, as well as representing clients in judicial review proceedings relating to nuisance and pollution allegations. From Leicester, the ‘extremely knowledgeable and pragmatic‘ Emma Tattersdill, who is a specialist in waste regulation and contentious issues, leads the environmental team. The Nottingham office houses Paul Brailsford, who leads the team nationally having taken over from consultant Chris Waumsley.