Emma Cartledge-Taylor Principal Associate


Parle :  Anglais

Téléphone principal : +44 (0)3709 030 124

Fax : +44 (0)7880 080 506

Courriel : emma.cartledge-taylor@gowlingwlg.com

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Bureau principal :  Birmingham




Emma Cartledge-Taylor

Emma is a Principal Associate in Gowling WLG's planning and environment team with a broad depth of experience in planning and environmental law. She has experience in both the non-contentious and contentious elements of planning and environmental law.

Emma is also involved in planning and highways matters for both public and private sector clients on projects such as large scale regeneration, residential, office, commercial, retail and logistic developments. Emma's contentious experience has seen her advising on planning litigation, both bringing and defending challenges, in the High Court and Court of Appeal.

Experience

  • Part of a team advising National Highways on compensation claims as a result of Development Consent Orders;
  • Advising a national property developer on the sale of a on the sale of a large previously contaminated site following extensive remediation and compliance with environmental liabilities;
  • Advising a leading house builder in relation to a s.106 agreement and wider planning advice for a development of up to 460 dwellings and associated infrastructure.
  • Advising a national house builder in relation to a s.106 agreement and other planning advice in relation to a development for to 354 residential dwellings with associated infrastructure.
  • Advising a house builder in relation to a s.106 agreement and general planning advice in relation to a development for up to 223 residential dwellings with associated infrastructure and works, inclusive of the demolition of the existing buildings.
  • Advising a leading house builder in relation to a judicial review in the High Court.
  • Part of a team advising a Parish Council in relation to a judicial review in the High Court and appeal to the Court of Appeal.
  • Part of a team advising Historic England in relation to the Judicial Review of the Stonehenge A303 Tunnel Development Consent Order.
  • Part of a team advising a national strategic land developer through a s.78 planning appeal and subsequent defence of a s288 challenge in the High Court.