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24 November 2020 Public matters - November 2020

This month includes updates on conservation, judicial review, re-organisation, procurement and social value.

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Legal update

23 November 2020 The Government’s proposes consultation on Environmental Impact Assessment

Whether there will be a weakening of the regime or not, it seems clear that the government intends to facilitate and simplify the EIA process.

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Legal update

23 November 2020 Conservation newsletter - November 2020

Covering the latest conservation law updates including legislation and case law.

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Legal update

23 November 2020 Pushing water uphill? Water Quality and the 25 Year Environment Plan

The government has outlined an ambitious target for improving the quality of water, and based on its own progress report and the Environment Agency’s results, it faces an increasingly uphill challenge to meet these goals.

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In-House Lawyers

Covid-19 and the challenges associated with it grind on into a second wave. Not only that but there’s the prospect of Brexit and a looming recession ahead. It would be entirely forgivable not to be on top of the law right now. Watch our on-demand video where we discuss employment, furlough and data transfers.

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Legal update

19 November 2020 What does re-organisation mean within a local authority

We share some of the matters we’ve been discussing with clients and in our team to help you move decisions on more quickly.

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Legal update

19 November 2020 Does judicial review strike the right balance between enabling citizens to challenge the lawfulness of government action and allowing public bodies to carry on the business of effective government?

A summary of the key points in our response to the Government’s Independent Review of Administrative Law and next steps.

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Legal update

16 November 2020 Companies House looking to take a more robust role on company filings

The changes currently proposed by the Government to Companies House are likely to be amongst the most significant since the Companies Act 2006 originally came into force and expand on the PSC and other filing regimes already in place.

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Legal update

12 November 2020 Robust decision-making - how to reduce the scope for an irrationality challenge

Public bodies must understand the scope of ‘irrational’ or ‘unreasonable’ challenges so that proactive steps can be taken to reduce the likelihood of successful judicial intervention.

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Legal update

12 November 2020 Procurement Policy Note 07/20: key changes and considerations for contracting authorities

This article explains when PPN 07/20 will apply and what action contracting authorities need to take when it does.

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