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UK Bar Guide
Individual Profile

Jeremy Pike

Francis Taylor Building - London

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  • Francis Taylor Building
  • London, Greater London, UK
  • EC4Y 7BY

Profile submitted by Jeremy Pike

Practice Areas

Jeremy practices in public and local government law, specialising in planning and environment, compulsory purchase and compensation, and rating. He has a particular expertise in energy and infrastructure matters and is acknowledged as a leading practitioner in renewable energy. Recent cases and high-profile public inquiries include matters concerning wind energy, gas storage, EU habitats and birds legislation, retail planning, marine planning and licensing, and village greens. He acts for the private and public sector, and sits as an Inspector advising registration authorities in village green matters. As well as appearances in the higher courts and at planning inquiries, Jeremy appears in the Upper Tribunal and Valuation Tribunal. Notable recent cases include Renfree and Cornwall Light and Power Company v Mageean [2011] EWCA Civ 863 (on appeal to the Supreme Court); R (Barnes) v Secretary of State [2011] EWCA Civ 97; R (Brown) v Carlisle City Council [2011] Env LR 5; Secerno Ltd v Oxford Magistrates Court [2011] EWHC 1009 (Admin); R (Lewis) v Cleveland and Redcar Council [2010] UKSC 11.

Professional Memberships

Jeremy is a contributing editor to Ryde on Rating, and Butterworths Planning Law Service. He is a member of the Planning and Environment Bar Association and the National Infrastructure Planning Association.