How can you simplify the enormously complex process of decommissioning a nuclear power station? By creating a specialised Planning Framework, says expert lawyer, Paul Zyda.
Zyda Law has been nominated for the Best Trainer – Small Firm award at LawCareers.net’s annual Training & Recruitment Awards (the TARAs). These renowned awards are given to firms of all sizes across the country who excel in training and recruiting trainee solicitors.
Zyda Law have been instructed to assist Keuper Gas Storage Limited (‘KGSL’) in their application for Development Consent for an Underground Gas Storage facility in Cheshire
Zyda Law are pleased to announce the we have been placed as a runner up in the Energy and Natural Resources Team of the Year category at the Legal Business Awards 2014
The Dounreay Planning Framework 2 (DPF2), a development brief for future land use and site restoration plans at the Dounreay Nuclear Power Station and Research Facility has been approved by the Highland Council’s Planning, Environment and Development Committee
The Government has published a “regulatory roadmap” setting out the series of permits and permissions developers need to obtain prior to drilling for onshore oil and gas.
Paul Zyda, a planning and environmental nuclear lawyer, and founder of Zyda Law (LEGAL500 Tier 1) welcomes the Governments successes in attracting investment in the renewal of the UK’s nuclear power stations but questions the missed opportunity to secure investment in the UK’s proposed Geological Disposal Facility (GDF).
Zyda Law have been instructed by Viridor Waste Management Limited to lead the team at a planning inquiry to be held in January 2014.
On 4th December 2013, the government opened a public consultation on the draft National Policy Statement (NPS) for the National Road and Rail Networks.
Plans for a new road linking the port of Heysham in Lancashire and the M6 look set to go ahead after Lord Justice Sullivan refused a local campaign group permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal against the High Court’s ruling in October 2013.