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Carbon neutrality - air quality

Catch up on our on-demand video where we discuss the current statutory framework for the regulation of air quality and how this is likely to evolve.

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COVID-19 for local authorities, arms length bodies and government - 30th April 2020

An update on current issues including avoiding legal challenge to procurement decisions, public decision making, state aid and commercial and supply chain.

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Laura Hughes and Tim Edds take a look into judicial review

Public and administrative law specialists, Laura Hughes and Tim Edds, take a look at judicial review, covering case law updates and tactical advice for organisations. Tim introduces the new administrative law guidance that was published in 2018, focusing on good practice and procedural promptness, and discusses some subsequent cases.

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Legal update

14 September 2017 Durand Academy v Ofsted: the implications

In July 2017, the High Court heard Durand Academy Trust’s case against Ofsted relating to the 2016 Ofsted inspection of Durand Academy (“the academy”).

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Legal update

21 April 2017 Election purdah and what it means for the public sector

Purdah is a term which refers to the pre-election period when specific restrictions apply principally around the activity of those working in central and local government.

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Legal update

23 February 2017 Miller/Santos in the Supreme Court

What does the judgment say about why notice under article 50 could not be served without Parliamentary consent and are there any wider ramifications?

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Public sector case law updates - hear from our expert, Laura Hughes

With more planning cases than ever before, Laura Hughes provides a public sector case law update on green belt, neighbourhood plans, viability appraisals, and interpreting of planning permission conditions.

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Legal update

8 November 2016 High Court ruling that Parliament must vote to trigger Article 50 - what does this mean for Brexit?

Rarely do rulings of the administrative court receive the level of press interest that the Miller/Santos judgment handed down on 3 November 2016 has.

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Hear from education leaders following the 10 year vision roundtable

We caught up with education leaders following our latest roundtable discussion on the accountability, regulation and leadership in our school system

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Legal update

22 April 2016 The realities of austerity and devolution

Our latest report on the devolution debate, Devolution – managing the risks, highlights the key thoughts and views that emerged at our roundtable and highlights a series of recommendations for further consideration by stakeholders on managing the risks associated with this issue.

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