Costs of Third Party Interveners in Regulatory Proceedings – Littleton Chambers

Posted September 3rd, 2013 in costs, health & safety, judicial review, news, third parties by sally

“The issue of the costs of third party interveners in judicial review proceedings was dealt with recently in the case of R (Peel Investments) v Health and Safety Executive [2013] EWHC 1012 (Admin), [2013] Env. L.R. D6. Peel involved a novel application of established principles on costs that will be of interest to all those advising commercial bodies in regulated industries in respect of intervening in judicial review proceedings.”

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Littleton Chambers, 22nd August 2013