Paul is a partner and head of Howes Percival's Planning team and Development Sector and advises on all aspects of planning and compulsory purchase law. Having spent over 10 years in London working on some of the largest regeneration projects in England, he now acts primarily for private sector clients and is currently advising on schemes which will deliver in excess of 10,000 houses. Legal 500 states that Howes Percival’s planning team are a “commercially astute team of leading lawyers” and Paul is recognised as a leading individual who is “an outstanding lawyer in his field – approachable, pragmatic and well respected in the market place”.
- 2015 - Present: Howes Percival LLP, Partner
- 2002 - 2014: Eversheds LLP, Partner
- 1997 - 2002: Eversheds LLP, Solicitor
- 1992 - 1997: Hewitsons, Trainee Solicitor then Solicitor
- 1991 - 1992: College of Law London
- 1991: Graduated from Queen Mary College, University of London
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Secretary of State announces planning and licensing measures to support the reopening of outdoor hospitality
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