Henry JeffreysSenior Associate
Henry advises on a variety of development planning, compulsory purchase and infrastructure work in relation to the consent regimes under both the Planning Act 2008 and the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. He has experience of promoting DCO applications for the approval of major infrastructure projects in the transport and energy sectors, drafting and negotiating section 106 agreements and infrastructure agreements, advising in relation to compulsory purchase and advising on planning policy and strategic planning issues. He has also acted in relation to drafting statutory schemes overseas and in relation to the regulatory processes for the redesign of controlled airspace and water resource management.
Henry’s primary focus is in the energy, transport and real estate sectors.
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