Lydia O’Hagan, Associate
Lydia advises on all aspects of planning and environmental law
AboutLydia acts for landowners, developers and investors on all aspects of planning and environmental law. She negotiates planning and infrastructure agreements with local authorities and advises on planning applications, appeals and court challenges. She also provides specialist planning and environmental advice on real estate and corporate transactions.
Lydia O’Hagan is admitted to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor in New Zealand
- Advising a residential developer on a range of section 106 agreements for developments across the south east including provisions on affordable housing
- Providing advice on changes to a major development in South London including through section 73 and 96A
- Managing a planning appeal for a retirement village developer and a statutory challenge to an appeal decision
New guidance on housing for older people
The Government has recently published guidance on housing for older and disabled people.