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June 2016

Welcome to the June Edition of the Round Up!

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James Browne highlights the drawbacks of a one size fits all national planning policy following the court of appeal decision in Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government v West Berkshire DC and Reading BC [2016] EWCA Civ 441.

Are all registered social providers always akin to public bodies in the exercise of their housing functions?  Helen Turnbull sheds further light on this point following the decision of the High Court in R (on the application of Macleod) v The Governors of the Peabody Trust [2016] EWHC 737 (Admin).

Napier Miles discusses how issues raised by late service of surveillance evidence in PI/Clinical  Neglidence cases continue to trouble the Courts.

Finally, Elizabeth Dwomoh takes a look at  the importance of marshalling your evidence in “competing theories” cases following the decision of the High Court in Cooper and another v Thameside Construction Company Ltd (in administration) [2016] EWHC 1248 (TCC). 

The Round-up 2016