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Brian’s considerable experience as a solicitor encompasses both private practice and the public sector. This includes a period as legal adviser in the Land Claims Commission, established under the constitutional arrangements in South Africa following the 1994 elections.
Brian leads Sharpe Pritchard’s planning team. He has been engaged in all aspects of planning law, including as advocate and adviser in local plan inquiries and planning appeals. He has led in negotiating and preparing complex planning agreements on behalf of local planning authorities under section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 with an emphasis on developments of strategic or regional importance.
Brian’s experience includes attendance as local planning authority committee lawyer, advising on environmental law issues, advice on and preparation of highways agreements. His broad range of expertise also encompasses waste planning and development consent orders on major infrastructure projects.
Brian advises clients in a wide range of sectors including central government, local government, regeneration, social housing, transportation and waste.
The planning team is ranked in Chambers and partners and Legal 500 and Brian is ranked as a leading individual. The team is consistently ranked in Planning Magazine’s top rated planning law firms. As a result of the work that Brian undertook on the Earls Court redevelopment, the Planning team was a finalist in the Planning Law Firm of the Year category for the prestigious Planning Awards 2014. Brian has written various publications, including in Planning Magazine, the Journal of Planning and Environment Law and the Journal of Local Government Law and Westlaw’s online Insight section.
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