This training will cover a short, easy to digest introduction to statutory nuisance prosecutions in respect of residential accommodation Read more >
The significance of a recent High Court housing law case cannot be underestimated – both legally and practically – in bringing to the fore the practical effects of local authority allocation schemes, writes Martin Khoshdel. Read more >
Tina Cook QC appeared as a Respondent to this appeal against a decision of Mr Justice Williams as to fairness and Article 6 and 8 Human Rights during the course of Covid remote and hybrid hearings. The Court of Appeal dismissed the appeal by a parent whose QC could not attend in person, but could do so remotely and reiterated that such case management decisions were fact specific and a matter for each tribunal or judge hearing the case.