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Rights to Light – where are we now?

5th May 2020

Rights to Light – where are we now?

John de Waal QC, Andrew Skelly, Cameron Stocks and Byroni Kleopa give an update on the basics of right to light claims and discuss recent case law on negotiating damages and the grant of injunctions. They also look at how developers can benefit in the light of the Housing and Planning Act 2016.

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John de Waal QC, Andrew Skelly, Cameron Stocks and Byroni Kleopa give an update on the basics of right to light claims and discuss recent case law on negotiating damages and the grant of injunctions. They also look at how developers can benefit in the light of the Housing and Planning Act 2016.

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