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Thursday, 28 April 2016 08:26

SEMINAR: Can the Law help your Campaign?

Written by CPRE Oxfordshire

Exeter Hall, Kidlington
10am-12noon, Wednesday 22 June

How can you use public law, including Judicial Reviews, to deal with inappropriate development and adverse planning decisions? This seminar will look at a number of real life examples and is aimed at providing participants with practical advice as well as an understanding of the law.

This event was led by Alastair Wallace, Associate Solicitor, Irwin Mitchell LLP. Alastair specialises in public law and human rights work on behalf of individual claimants and community groups. He qualified as a solicitor in 1991 and was a founding partner of nationally rated Public Law Solicitors before joining Irwin Mitchell in 2015.  Alastair regularly delivers training to other solicitors and advisers. He has conducted cases in the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal and has written and spoken about public law. Alastair is cited by Chambers Directory as a leading practitioner in the field of civil liberties and human rights.

 

The powerpoint presentation from this event will be provided electronically to all delegates.

If you are also interested in receiving a copy, please contact:   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. T: 01491 612079

An event for town & parish councils, local planning authorities and community organisations in Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and Northamptonshire.

CPRE Oxfordshire is holding a public meeting on Thursday 12th March to discuss the Bicester Garden City.

This year's CPRE Oxfordshire AGM took place on Saturday 6 June, at St Edmund Hall, Oxford.  The keynote speech was given by Peter Jay - a challenging cry to action in response to the recent dismantling of the planning system and increasing threats to the countryside.

You are invited to hear the Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs) for West Oxford and Abingdon speak on their vision for rural Oxfordshire on: Thursday 9th April, to be chaired by Bill Heine of BBC Radio Oxford.

Join us for a visit to Ewelme - its historic early 15th-century church, alms houses, historic school & watercress beds.

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