Along with 39 Essex Chambers in London, we are pleased to announce an exciting afternoon seminar called ‘Planning Law and the Historic Environment’ taking place on 16 August 2021. This unique event will bring together experts in planning from both legal practice and archaeology. Topics will include the recent Stonehenge Tunnel dispute, the importance of heritage impact assessments, the development of planning policy in London and the role of experts and archaeological entities, as well as a run-through of recent case law in this area.
Speakers to include:
- Richard Harwood OBE QC, 39 Essex Chambers
- Richard Wald QC, 39 Essex Chambers
- Philippa Jackson, 39 Essex Chambers
- Katherine Barnes, 39 Essex Chambers
- Dr Rebecca Hawkes-Reynolds, IAL and Museum of London Archaeology
- Dr Hana Morel, Museum of London Archaeology
- Professor Federico Lenzerini, University of Siena
Presentation topics to include:
- Using heritage experts
- Heritage Impact Assessments
- Policy issues
- London archaeology
- The Stonehenge Tunnel case
- Battlefield archaeology
- Recent planning case law
Date and time: 16 August 2021, 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm UK time (online, via Zoom)
Cost: £72.00 (incl VAT).
This event qualifies for CPD/CLE points.