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Whilst there is no on-site parking, the office is well located and easily accessibly by public transport https://tfl.gov.uk/. Should you need to park a vehicle the nearest car park is provided by Green Parking on Bouverie Street but will need to be pre-booked. https://www.green-parking.co.uk/bouverie-street-london-ec4y-8dp/
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Fishbourne Developments Ltd v Stephens  EWCA Civ 1704
In this case the appellants were a development company who were granted an option to purchase a farm. The owner of the farm died in 2014 and her interest passed to her daughter the respondent.
The Court of Appeal has recently confirmed that cost capping orders for Aarhus Convention claims, which includes planning and other environmental judicial reviews, are inclusive of VAT.
The available defences to local authority prosecutions for the non-compliance of planning enforcement notices are limited. The recent case of Zafar v Stoke-On-Trent City Council  highlights such limitations and the importance of exercising your appeal rights.
Landowners will be keen to understand what limits can be imposed on telecoms operators who have equipment on their land. However, they will be disappointed with the outcome of a recent case concerning a lease renewal under the Electronic Communications Code where the tenant operator was allowed extensive rights to install, upgrade and share the site.