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Francis Taylor Building
Francis Taylor Building
FRANCIS TAYLOR BUILDING, INNER TEMPLE
LONDON
EC4Y 7BY
England

Position

Gregory’s practice covers all aspects of administrative law including judicial review and statutory challenges, town & country planning (including major house building), motor sports,  major infrastructure projects (DCO consents), compulsory purchase, environmental law, Parliamentary, EU law and public procurement, education, and local government.  Regularly appearing at both public inquiries and in the higher courts, Gregory acts on behalf of developers, local planning authorities and third parties. Gregory has also developed a particular expertise in off shore marine spatial planning and EU environmental law.  

Career

Lincoln’s Inn 1991; King’s Inns, Dublin 1997; QC 2011 Francis Taylor Building (previously 2 Harcourt Buildings) 1993; Warner Scholar to the European Court of Justice, Luxembourg (1995); head of European Law (part-time) South Bank University. Publications include: ‘Statutory Nuisance’ (2001 Tottel). Many articles including ‘Judicial Review of Planning Permissions’ [2000] JPL 564.

Memberships

European Circuit; Panel of approved counsel to appear for the Home Office before special adjudicators; PEBA; ALBA; Bar European Group; Education Law Society; Ecclesiastical Law Society; legal associate of RTPI; affiliate of RIBA; fellow of Institute of Quarrying.

Education

Colfe’s School; New College, Oxford (MA); University College, London (LLM) (Euro).

Leisure

Scuba diving (NAAVI Advanced Level).

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Planning

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