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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP
B3 3AL

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Paul is a partner in our Planning and Infrastructure Consenting Team and heads the team in the Midlands. He has particular expertise in promoting infrastructure and residential projects, acting across all UK planning jurisdictions and has appeared as an advocate at public inquiries, hearings and development consent order examinations. Paul advises on application and appeal strategy, development consent orders, environmental impact assessment, judicial review, s106 Agreements, compulsory purchase, and enforcement. He acts for national housebuilders, residential promoters and landowners, and for project promoters across a range of infrastructure sectors including conventional and renewable energy, water, rail, airports, and logistics.

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West Midlands > Real estate > Planning

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Paul MaileEversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

Drawing on its considerable national footprint, Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP is well-placed to advise a litany of high-profile private and public sector clients on major infrastructure projects. Practice head Paul Maile is regularly sought out for his expertise in consenting renewable energy development schemes, as well as regionally-significant public transport terminals and sanitation plants. Principal associate Duncan Williams is particularly focused on residential development matters, working with national house builders on urban extension and regeneration initiatives. Senior associate Kate Radford is noted for her work with HS2, handling multiple planning appeals, including at the High Court. All named lawyers are based in Birmingham.

East Midlands > Real estate > Planning and environment

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP is recognised in particular for its work in large scale infrastructure devleopment projects, such as rail freight, renewable energy, airport runways and further public transport schemes. Paul Maile heads the team out of the Birmingham office and specialises in infrastructure and compulsory purchase matters and is noted for his advocacy services. The Nottingham office features partner Laura-Beth Hutton, who is experienced in development consent order applications for large infrastructure projects as well as renewable energy projects and whose practice includes residential work for housebuilders and local authorities.