The John Hughes Law Practice was established in 2000 as a small niche practice advising on planning and other law relating to the development and use of land, offering a personal and cost-effective service. The firm offers legal assistance on planning, highways, drainage and other infra-structure issues, and acts for clients in applications, appeals, and legal proceedings ranging from planning, environmental, public health, food safety, licensing and other areas of public regulation. They have helped many clients affected by compulsory purchase orders or schemes of public works, and advised on compensation entitlements. A substantial part of their work relates to disputes over boundaries, party walls, rights of way, covenants, and disputes over construction work.
John Hughes was voted Sole Practitioner of the Year at the Birmingham Law Society Awards in 2004.
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