Rebecca Clutten was called to the Bar in 2008 and is currently ranked 1st in the top planning juniors under 35, having held a top 5 position for the last 5 years, and ranked 5th in the overall top planning juniors list. Rebecca is also listed in Chambers and Partners Guide to the UK Bar (2017) and the Legal 500 (2016/17), where she is described as “very fast, astute and client-friendly” and as “[articulating] extremely complex issues superbly, and has a great approach with the clients.”
Rebecca’s practice spans Chambers’ core areas, but has a particular focus infrastructure planning and compulsory purchase and compensation matters. She has acted for and advised utilities, developers, landowners and private individuals, as well as central and local government. Notable clients include Centrica, National Grid, Network Rail, Peel Group and Transport for London.
Rebecca’s experience covers the appellate courts at all levels, as well as the Upper Tribunal and planning inquiries, and she welcomes instructions to act individually or as a junior across all of Chambers’ practice areas.
She is a serving Committee Member to PEBA and the CPA, and additionally an ordinary member of NIPA.