Dan Murphy, Associate
Dan advises on all aspects of planning, highway and compulsory purchase law.
Dan has a varied planning background having previously qualified as a town planner. Dan deals with all aspects of planning, highways and compulsory purchase law.
Dan acts for a range of clients including local authorities and developers on all forms of development and urban regeneration projects within and outside of London. He has advised local authorities, developers and occupiers on the promotion of, or objection to, compulsory purchase orders and other public law powers.
His work also includes negotiating planning agreements, advising on planning applications and appeals, submitting judicial review, other High Court and Court of Appeal challenges, negotiating highways agreements and advising on permitted development and other rights.
Dan is admitted to practice in England and Wales.
Advising residential/student accommodation developers on a range of section 106 agreements for developments spanning England and Wales, including provisions on affordable housing and viability.
Managing a planning appeal and lengthy public inquiry for a strategic landowner and dealing with a statutory challenge to an appeal decision.
Acted for landowners and developers on a number of large, multi-phased residential development schemes.
Assisted various clients with amendments to schemes, permitted development rights, deemed discharge of conditions and planning enforcement issues.
Acted for a developer on the implementation of a compulsory purchase order relating to a mixed use development adjacent to the Olympic Village, Stratford.