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By Zyda Law
The Court of Appeal ruled on the extent that a DCO applicant is entitled to rely on a National Policy Statement’s expression of national "need"...
By Paul Zyda
The government has laid before parliament the Infrastructure Planning (Radioactive Waste Geological Disposal Facilities) Order 2015.
By Zyda Law
Zyda Law are advising Britaniacrest Recycling on a statutory challenge against the Secretary of State’s refusal of an appeal against Surrey County Council.
By Paul Zyda
On the 5th December 2014, the Court of Appeal allowed an appeal by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government and Taylor Wimpey Ltd against the objecting residents in Great Dunmow, who had successfully challenged a previous appeal decision on the basis of material prejudice at the hearing.
By Paul Zyda
On 6 January 2015, over a year since the public inquiry into the appeal opened, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government has granted an appeal against Gloucester County Council’s refusal to grant planning permission for Urbaser Balfour Beatty’s Javelin Park Energy from Waste (‘EfW’).
By Paul Zyda
EDF Energy has announced a ten-year life extension for the Dungeness B nuclear power plant. The two-unit advanced gas-cooled reactor (AGR) will now continue generating electricity until 2028.
By Paul Zyda
Construction looks set to begin on the Meygen tidal energy Project off the coast of Caithness in Scotland next month after conditions were finalised in order to initiate the first drawdown from financiers (Crown Estate and Scottish Enterprise).
By Paul Zyda
Since its introduction in March 2012 the coalition Government’s flagship National Planning Policy Framework (‘NPPF’).
By Zyda Law
Key new announcements in the Plan include:
By Zyda Law
Wednesday’s Autumn Statement includes many updates on the state of the planning sector and a look ahead to future proposed reforms.
By Paul Zyda
In June 2011, a site in West Cumbria was confirmed as a suitable location for the development of a new nuclear power station. The project is named ‘Moorside’ and is proposed by NuGeneration Limited (‘NuGen’)- a UK nuclear company- who hope to develop a new generation nuclear power station of up to 3.4 GW.
By Ian Graves
In 2011, a Referendum was passed which enabled the National Assembly for Wales to pass planning laws without the UK parliament’s consent.
By Zyda Law
The Department of Energy and Climate Change have announced plans to establish a sovereign wealth fund for shale gas tax revenues.
By Paul Zyda
Last week the Scottish Government released a draft consultation document titled; public engagement on Wind Turbine proposals: Good practice guidance.
By Zyda Law
The Court of Appeal has overturned the High Court’s ruling in the case of Redhill Aerodrome Ltd v Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.