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Mr Meyric Lewis
A barrister specialising in all aspects of planning (including environmental assessment) and compulsory purchase both at inquiries and in the courts, up to the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. Clients range from substantial developers to public authorities and individual developers or objectors. He is frequently reported in the specialist law reports in notable cases. His court practice ranges from judicial and statutory review in the higher courts to prosecutions and other regulatory proceedings in the Crown Court and Magistrates’ Court. He has particular experience in proceedings relating to planning enforcement, statutory nuisance and land contamination. Other specialisms include: residential, commercial and retail development, local development frameworks, licensed premises, listed buildings and conservation areas, highways, major infrastructure projects, compulsory purchase and compensation, trees, enforcement notices and injunctions.
Called 1986, Gray’s Inn; Treasury Counsel Common Law (planning) 1995-2001.
French, Spanish, Italian, some German.
Planning and Environmental Bar Association; Administrative Law Bar Association; UK Environmental Law Association; the Compulsory Purchase Association (Chair).
Westminster School; Bristol University (1984 BA Hons); City University (1985 Dip Law).