Claire Fallows, Partner
Claire specialises in planning, highways and compulsory purchase law.
SummaryClaire specialises in planning, highways and compulsory purchase law. Claire acts for developers on mixed use urban regeneration projects within and outside London and for landowners and developers on strategic land and housing sites. She also advises authorities, developers and occupiers on the promotion of, or objection to, compulsory purchase orders and other public law powers.
Claire writes frequently for Estates Gazette, Planning Magazine and Property Week. She is a member of the City of London Law Society Planning and Environment Sub-Committee.
Claire is admitted to practise in England and Wales.
- Advising the Church Commissioners for England on residential-led urban extensions in Hereford, Ely and Arun
- Acting for major developers on residential-led and commercial projects in the City of London, Westminster, Camden, Islington and Lambeth
- Representing Countryside Properties on the implementation of a compulsory purchase order and compensation issues in the London Borough of Redbridge
- Advising Helical on their portfolio of high end retirement villages
The impact of the Housing and Planning Bill 2016
Claire Fallows comments in Property Week on the impact of the Housing and Planning Bill 2016
City regions - the return of strategic planning
The development plan sets out the policies against which planning applications are assessed.
Homes for Londoners: New draft guidance on increasing affordable homes in London
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has issued draft supplementary planning guidance on affordable housing and viability.