Profile submitted by Martha Grekos
Martha is an expert in all aspects of planning law, with a focus on the promotion and implementation of large, complex urban regeneration projects and strategic residential developments. Martha specialises in promoting redevelopment projects that are politically sensitive and involve large and complex environmental impact assessments, compulsory purchase orders, highway orders, planning agreements and appeal court proceedings, including judicial review.
Board Member, Women in Transport (2013-present);
Policy Council member, Town and Country Planning Association (2015–present);
Committee Member, Cambridge University Land Society (2015-present);
Associate, Newnham College, University of Cambridge (2010-2020);
Planning and Environmental Bar Association;
National Infrastructure Planning Association;
Compulsory Purchase Association;
2016-present Howard Kennedy, Partner, Head of Planning; 2015-2016 Irwin Mitchell, Partner, Head of Planning;
2012-2015 Eversheds; 2010-2012 Herbert Smith; 2008-2010 Berwin Leighton Paisner; 2007-2008 Linklaters.
Editor: LexisNexis Planning;
Contributor, Estates Gazette; Assistant Editor:Journal of Planning and Environmental Law (1998-2013);
Assistant Editor: Encyclopaedia of Environmental Law (2000-2013); Contributor: National Planning Infrastructure Service (2013-present);
Articles in Estates Gazette, Planning Magazine, The Planner, Property Week, Lexis-Nexis Property, Journal of Planning and Environmental Law, Judicial Review, Environmental Law and Management, The Environmentalist, Utility Law Review;
Contributing author: Environmental Law in Property Transactions;
Co-author: Environmental Law;
Author: Planning Factbook.