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How has the decision in Hillside (Hillside Parks Limited v Snowdonia National Park Authority [2022] 1 WLR 5077) affected how we organise the implementation of planning permissions?

It has now been applied to the subsequent High Court case of Dennis v London Borough of Southwark [2024] EWHC 57.

Join Wesley Timothy and William Needham of DUAL Asset as they are joined by expert planning lawyer James Kon of Asserson Law Offices as they discuss both cases.

Here we will discuss the issues raised by both cases and the practical impact they have on planning strategy.

Also looking into more detail at the some of the elements raised, such as what exactly is a ‘drop-in’ planning permission.

Are the decisions factually limited, or do they present much wider implications?

We will also discuss some of the enquiries DUAL Asset has received and where insurance can assist in that strategy.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore what happened in the case law
  • Understand the practical implications of the decisions
  • Consider how to apply the tests in planning strategies
  • Learn how best to use insurance to support those strategies.

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Wesley Timothy

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William Needham

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James Kon

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