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Judicial Review

Judicial Review Solicitors

If there has been a procedural deficiency in the way a planning application or planning appeal has been determined then you can apply to the High Court in an attempt to have the decision quashed. Our legal team can assist with guiding you through the process but beware that there are time limits in place. Although the absolute deadline to commence Judicial Review proceedings is three months following the date of decision, the law says that you must lodge proceedings as soon as possible.

 

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Meet the team

Roger Leedham

Senior Partner, Head of the Residential Conveyancing Department

Michelle Vick

Partner

Jason Barnett

Partner

Ruth Elkins

Partner

Inga Pope

Associate Solicitor

Katie Owen (Maternity Leave)

Associate Solicitor

Laura Hall

Associate Solicitor

Lianne Clenton Bray

Associate Solicitor

Lauren Cannon

Trainee Solicitor

Laura Bowie

Trainee Legal Executive

Holly Scoular

Trainee Legal Executive (ACILEx) Maternity Leave

Anna Taylor

Trainee Legal Executive

Deborah Bradburn

ACILEx Paralegal and Assistant to Roger Leedham

Alice Henley

Legal Secretary

Anja Lloyd

Legal Secretary

Georgina Ellis

Solicitors Apprentice

Joanne Cameron

Legal Secretary

Katie Harvey

Paralegal

Kayley Watkins

Paralegal

Liz Moynehan

Legal Secretary

Lois Phillips

Legal Secretary

Lydia Wragg

Solicitors Apprentice

Nikola Safronova

Solicitors Apprentice

Sophie Morton

Legal Secretary

Susan Stainton

Senior Secretary

Clare Hallet

Legal Assistant

Karen Price

Legal Assistant

Grace Sheehy

Trainee Solicitor