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Addleshaw Goddard

MILTON GATE, 60 CHISWELL STREET, LONDON, EC1Y 4AG, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7606 8855
Fax:
Fax 020 7606 4390
DX:
47 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
Email:
Web:
www.addleshawgoddard.com

Gary Sector

Tel:
Work 020 7160 3102
Email:
Addleshaw Goddard

Work Department

Planning.

Position

Partner in the Planning Team at Addleshaw Goddard LLP.  Advises on all aspects of town and country planning law including compulsory purchase, habitats and infrastructure.  Regularly appears in High Court and Court of Appeal in relation to legal challenge work, as well as representing clients at planning inquiries and examinations.

Career

Trained 2-3 Gray’s Inn Square, London; qualified 1999; partner Addleshaw Goddard 2015.

Languages

English and French

Member

NIPA, CLLS Planning Committee

Education

France Hill Secondary School, Camberley, Surrey; University College London (1997 LLB).

Leisure

Running, travel, the great outdoors.


London: Projects, energy and natural resources

Oil and gas

Within: Oil and gas

The multi-disciplinary oil and gas offering at Addleshaw Goddard advises a wide array of domestic and international clients on downstream, midstream and upstream matters from its London, Leeds and Manchester offices. Angus Rollo and Guy Winter are the names to note in the London office; they have substantial experience handling corporate transactions in the sector such as BP's sale of its Belfast fuel terminal to Puma Energy. Gary Sector is rated for shale gas, coal bed methane or underground coal gasification projects. Corporate expert Anna Nerush is also recommended.

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London: Real estate

Planning

Within: Planning

Addleshaw Goddard¬†fields a planning team with ‚Äėconsiderable talent and experience'.¬†Head of team Marnix Elsenaar¬†is ‚Äėa very astute tactician, with a knack for getting to the heart of complex cases quickly‚Äô; he focuses on major housing and mixed-use developments in London. The¬†‚Äėthoughtful, well-prepared and efficient‚Äô¬†Gary Sector¬†is recommended for inquiry work; he recently advised¬†Waterside Regeneration Partnership Limited (a JV between Muse Development and the Canals and Rivers Trust) on a highly contentious matter regarding a viability review mechanism in the s106 agreement for a major strategic housing scheme in north London, one of the first two residential planning applications to be called in by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan. Sector and Elsenaar acted for London Luton Airport Limited on the high-profile planning application for the proposed Mass Passenger Transit Scheme, a monorail system to link Luton Airport Parkway Station and the terminal building.¬†Ross Corser¬†joined in September 2017 from DAC Beachcroft LLP.¬†Melissa Johnson¬†is also recommended.

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