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Francis Taylor Building
FRANCIS TAYLOR BUILDING, INNER TEMPLE
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Jeremy is consistently rated by ‘Planning Magazine’ survey as one of the top ten planning barristers under the age of 35. His practice covers: planning and environmental law (including consents under section 36 of the Electricity Act 1989, compulsory purchase and compensation, transport and works orders, and private bills); judicial review and statutory challenge; public law and local government law (including non-domestic rating and the council tax, and licensing); and commons and village greens. He has particular expertise in relation to infrastructure, and environmental impact assessment. Currently he is advising on, and promoting at public inquiry, a number of renewable energy projects in England, Wales and Scotland. Advising clients on all aspects of planning and environment law, energy (including renewable energy, conventional energy generation, and nuclear), compulsory purchase and compensation, rating and licensing. Clients include: RWE Npower, Thames Water Utilities, Granada Plc, Thales Ltd, Nissan UK, Deloitte LLP, Centro (West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive), as well as many other developers and individuals, and County, Unitary and District Councils. He advises landowner and applicants in relation to commons, village greens and rights of way matters, and sits as an inspector for commons registration authorities.
Called 2001, Middle Temple. Co-editor ‘Ryde on Rating’.
King’s College London (1999 LLB; 2000 LLM).