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23rd June 2022: Supreme Court Gives Decisions in Code Appeals

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SUPREME COURT GIVES DECISIONS IN CODE APPEALS The Supreme Court heard appeals in three cases under the Electronic Communications Code in early February: Compton Beauchamp - Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd (Appellant) v Compton Beauchamp Estates Ltd (Respondent) Ashloch - Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd (Appellant) v Ashloch Ltd and AP Wireless II (UK) Ltd (Respondents) “Queens Oak”/ On Tower - On Tower UK Ltd (formerly known as Arqiva Services Ltd)...

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Jeremy's Blog 17th June 2022: Food Strategy - Farming Business

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This article by Jeremy Moody first appeared in the CAAV e-Briefing of 16th June 2022 The Government’s Food Strategy White Paper is better seen as it describes itself: “the beginning of this conversation”, largely focused on the production of food as a business. It may not cover all the social policy strands of last year’s Dimbleby Report and, while affirming the Government’s environmental targets, it was not the place for a full blown environmental presentation. Climate change and...

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CAAV Note 220616: England - Renters Reform Bill - White Paper

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The Government has today published the White Paper, A Fairer Private Rented Sector, on residential tenancy law in England ahead of the Renters Reform Bill included in May’s Queen’s Speech for this Parliamentary session. This note summarises key points ahead of more detailed analysis.

Northern Ireland: Forestry Grant Schemes

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Edwin Poots has announced the re-opening of two forestry grant schemes for Northern Ireland:The Small Woodland Grant Scheme: support for new native woodlands of 0.2 hectares and larger.The Forest Expansion Scheme: support for native woodland, mixed woodland or commercial conifer woodland 'that can best meet land owners business needs whilst contributing to a living, working, active landscape.' Applications to the Forest Expansion Scheme must be submitted to Forest Service by 31 August 2022. All...

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Jeremy's Blog 10th June 2022: Does Property Matter to Government

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This article by Jeremy Moody first appeared in the CAAV e-Briefing of 9th June 2022 The principle of equivalence has long lain at the heart of compulsory purchase compensation. Its inbuilt downward pressure encouraging resistance and so delay and extra cost for projects, George Osborne, then Chancellor of the Exchequer, put it to the Royal Economics Society only seven years ago that “We should change our outdated compulsory purchase regime. Both the LSE Growth Commission and Chambers of...

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220609: England - Updated guidance on Slurry Investment Grant

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DEFRA and the RPA have published updated guidance on the Slurry Investment Grant covering:who can apply;what the grants are forhow much money can be applied for; andhow to apply. Further information is to be published by DEFRA and RPA in Summer 2022 with applications to be made in Autumn 2022.

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220609: HS2 Phase 2b (Crewe to Manchester) Update

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HS2 have published an update on Phase 2b, attached below. Among the updates is the announcement that the Golborne Link has been removed from the Bill, although this part of the route still remains subject to safeguarding whilst a study is undertaken to consider a number of options for improving connectivity between England and Scotland.

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