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Gateley Plc

SHIP CANAL HOUSE, 98 KING STREET, MANCHESTER, M2 4WU, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0161 836 7700
Fax:
Fax 0161 836 7701
DX:
14317 MANCHESTER-1
Email:
Web:
www.gateleyplc.com
Birmingham, Dubai, Leeds, Leicester, London, Manchester and 2 more

Andrew Piatt

Tel:
Work +44 (0) 161 836 7724
Email:
Gateley Plc

Work Department

Planning.

Position

Andrew is a partner and head of the Manchester real estate team and the national planning unit. He specialises in planning, highways, compulsory purchase and compensation and local government law. Andrew acts for an extensive range of clients including landowners, developers, house builders and retailers, as well as public sector bodies. He has work experience of acting on all types of development, in and out of centre retail, business, residential, roads, airports, stadia, tall buildings, energy, waste and minerals. He also advises on environmental issues. Recent successes include advised Lancashire County Cricket Club on its scheme to redevelop Old Trafford Cricket Ground enabled by retail development to secure its test match status, advised Yorkcourt Properties Ltd for many years in respect of a strategic business park and housing site in Wakefield, advised the Co-operative Group in respect of recent windfarm projects, advised Langtree Group PLC on the restoration and redevelopment of the international garden festival site in Liverpool and advised Langtree Group PLC on the development of St Helen’s rugby league stadium and enabling retail development.

Career

Called to the Bar 1986; solicitor South Ribble BC; solicitor St Helen’s MBC; partner DLA; partner Halliwells; partner Gateley. Publications of note: articles in the ‘Journals of Planning and Environment Law’ and the ‘Estates Gazette’.

Leisure

Andrew is a keen gardener and enjoys going to the gym and skiing. He is a supporter of Warrington Wolves RLFC.


East Midlands: Real estate

Planning

Within: Planning

Gateley Plc‚Äôs ‚Äėvery good‚Äô team primarily acts for clients from the housing industry, including large national developers and regional specialists. Local centre schemes, commercial use work and car fleet storage are other areas of strength. Andrew Piatt¬†leads the team from Manchester, with the ‚Äėextremely thorough and logical‚Äô Robert Waite, whose ‚Äėknowledge of planning law and application to real projects is immense‚Äô, and associate Gareth Davies¬†as the main Nottingham advisers. The duo recently acted for Bloor Homes on the planning conditions to deal with mine water, a Community Infrastructure Levy exemption and a section 106 unilateral undertaking regarding a legacy site at Station Road Deepcar Sheffield with a planning permission for housing.

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North West: Real estate

Planning and environment

Within: Leading individuals

Andrew Piatt - Gateley Plc

Within: Planning and environment

Gateley Plc‚Äôs planning team is regularly instructed on matters relating to retail, residential, energy, infrastructure, hotel, educational and health-related developments. The team is also experienced in minerals and town centre redevelopment schemes and is regularly instructed by housebuilder clients. National head of planning Andrew Piatt¬†has an ‚Äėinquiring and original mind‚Äô and specialises in planning, highways, compulsory purchase, compensation and local government law, legal director¬†Mark Iveson¬†handles large scale infrastructure, residential and retail projects and is experienced compulsory purchase work and associate Susan Ehlinger¬†has a clear, analytical and sound approach to problems and always delivers advice on time‚Äô.

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