Finding new solutions to compulsory purchase order disputes
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Resolving a compulsory purchase order (CPO) dispute can be a costly, lengthy and stressful process. This seminar addresses the recent and incoming changes to CPOs and provides insight on how to facilitate quick and cost-effective solutions.
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The published time is when registration opens. The seminar will begin 30 minutes later.
Amanda has over 20 years’ experience of planning, environmental, compulsory purchase and highways law. She is a qualified planner as well as a solicitor and leads the planning team. Amanda is a leading individual in Legal 500 and has been rated in the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners directories for many years. She has most recently been described in Legal 500 as "superb with a keen eye for small detail and offers commercial and practical advice" and in Chambers & Partners as someone who is “client-focused, immensely approachable" and who "gives consistently practical and comprehensible advice to clients". The Planning Law Survey has named Amanda in the national top 20 highest rated planning solicitors for 2018. Amanda has acted for a wide range of clients, including private sector developers, national infrastructure providers, residential developers and local authorities. Amanda’s planning experience includes planning appeals, heritage legislation, planning enforcement, planning judicial reviews and legal challenges, Development Consent Orders, Section 106 Agreements, Environmental Assessment, Habitat Regulations Assessment and compulsory purchase. Examples of planning projects Amanda has dealt with include the following:
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