Lunchtime Legal Update

Presenting a topic of environmental law interest

Please join the UKELA South West Committee for a short talk on a topical area of environmental interest, intended to fit neatly into your lunch hour. 

Our speaker is Lorrae Hendry, Managing Associate at Womble Bond Dickinson.

Lorrae will be giving a short presentation on the 'Decarbonising Transport: Setting the Challenge' consultation paper, released at the end of March. After Lorrae's presentation there will be time for a more general discussion on the topic, including the Covid-19 impacts and any measures being taken locally to increase pedestrian areas to allow for greater social distancing. 

Please join the UKELA SW committee for this topical and conversational lunch time session.  A bitesize update on environmental law, easy to digest with your lunchtime sandwiches.  Open to everyone!

Booking essential. Please log in to register your place. We look forward to welcoming you!

About our Speaker

Lorrae Hendry has over 6 years' experience in the UK advising clients in relation to contentious, transactional and advisory planning and environmental matters from within the public and private sectors in the UK.  Prior to that Lorrae, who is also qualified in Australia, worked on a number of contentious planning and environmental matters for developer and local authority clients in Brisbane, Australia.

Lorrae acts for a range of clients comprising developers, real estate investment funds, local authorities and waste authorities across a wide range of sectors including real estate, retail and consumer goods, transport logistics and infrastructure and energy and natural resources. She advises clients on a range of matters including planning and environmental liabilities during real estate transactions, compulsory acquisition, complex section 106 agreements, highway agreements and development consent orders.  


6/10/2020 1:15 PM - 1:45 PM
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