As experts in planning law, Salvatore Amico and his team work on a variety of cases for a wide range of clients. Residents of the tiny village of Dane End are particularly grateful for the skilful way that Salvatore fought their case and prevented a huge agricultural lagoon being built on their doorstep.
The white paper, which is aptly entitled “Fixing our broken housing market”, looks at several ways in which the supply of new housing can be increased to meet the growing shortage of residential property. As the government freely admits, at least 250,000 new homes are needed every year to keep pace with demand.
Several members of our staff took part in the London Legal Walk yesterday, walking 10km to raise money for free legal advice charities, to help those in need.
We are delighted to announce that Sara Stubbs has completed her training contract and is now a qualified Solicitor within the Family Law department.
We would like to invite you to our free Planning and Construction Seminar on 27th June 2017, which will be held at Hertford Castle (Hertford, SG14 1HR) between 5pm – 7pm.
A judgement recently handed down by the Court of Appeal, means that an Essex family has achieved justice, with the help of Attwaters Jameson Hill solicitors, in their 13-year long dedicated battle over the negligence of their daughter (known as FB for the sake of anonymity – see notes to editors) at the hands of an NHS doctor, at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Harlow.
Attwaters Jameson Hill solicitors will proudly be participating in the 10km London Legal Walk on 22nd May, raising money for free legal advice charities, to help those in need.
Attwaters Jameson Hill solicitors recently teamed up with Harlow Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) and took part in the Great Legal Bake, raising money to support the law clinic offered to Harlow residents.
Although this case was first heard before the landmark case, Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board, the appeal was heard afterwards.
Bowel cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death in the UK, and accounts for around 10% of all deaths from cancer.