Jamie joined the planning team at Howes Percival in 2015 having previously spent a year in the team as a trainee solicitor.
Jamie advises landowners and developers on all aspects of planning law in connection with a wide variety of residential and commercial schemes.
In addition to providing strategic advice to help clients secure robust planning permissions and regularly negotiating section 106 and highway agreements, Jamie also has experience in dealing with planning appeals, statutory challenges and judicial review claims.
Jamie also has experience of representing appellants at planning appeal hearings and advising on various other planning issues such as permitted development rights, community infrastructure levy, assets of community value and Town and Village Greens.
Jamie’s experience also covers advising on a range of licensing law matters. Jamie has particular experience in advising clients on applications for new or varied premises licenses. Jamie’s combined expertise in both planning and licensing matters means he often provides valuable practical and strategic advice to developers and owners of licensed premises.
- 2015 - Present: Howes Percival LLP, Solicitor
- 2013 - 2015: Howes Percival LLP, Trainee Solicitor
- 2012 - 2013: Legal Practice Course, University of Sheffield
- 2012: Graduated from the University of Sheffield
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