Paul Zyda founder of Zyda Law has been recommended again in the Legal500 in 2016
Zyda Law have been ranked as a leading firm in the Legal500 again for 2016
What does the Budget 2016 mean for planning? Zyda Law explore this in more detail below.
On the 18th February 2016, a lengthy consultation document was published which set out the Government’s proposed approach to implementing a number of planning provisions in the Housing and Planning Bill.
It may seem obvious to the rest of us, but the Court of Appeal has recently considered the question in the case of Distinctive Properties (Ascot) Limited -v- Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government and Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead  EWCA Civ 1250.
On January 19th 2016, Trainee Solicitor, Alexandra Jones had the chance to attend a seminar titled ‘Lost in Translation- from Science to Regulation’ at Birmingham Law School.
In a case with important implications for the waste and construction industries, the Court of Appeal has considered the distinction between waste recovery and waste disposal under the Waste Framework Directive (“WFD”). The Court reversed the decision of an Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to uphold the Environment Agency’s refusal to grant Tarmac Aggregates Limited a standard rules environmental permit for the recovery of waste.
Government extends deadline on NPPF consultation
2015 has once again been a successful year for Zyda Law. With a number of awards under the belt, and with the continuing growth of our Planning Helpline, Zyda Law can look forward to 2016 and the continuing success that it will bring.
Zyda Law are pleased to announce that our application for an order granting development consent has been accepted for examination by the Planning Inspectorate.