Law firm Cornerstone Barristers has announced that two of its planning specialists are to be appointed Queen’s Council.
Paul Shadarevian has experience in a breadth of planning law areas including residential, infrastructure and other public projects; compulsory purchase and compensation; local development frameworks and documents; employment and commercial; and major redevelopment and regeneration schemes.
Tom Cosgrove is a specialist in the field of planning, administrative and public law. His planning and public law practice sees him represent a broad range of clients at substantial planning inquiries and in judicial review and statutory challenges in the Higher Courts of England and Wales.
Matt Hutchings, whose broad practice covers property, administrative and public law and commercial and regulatory litigation, will also be appointed QC.
Philip Kolvin QC, head of chambers at Cornerstone Barristers, commented: "We are very pleased to congratulate Paul, Matt and Tom on their well-deserved appointments as Queen's Counsel.
"Their appointments are further evidence of the wealth of talent and experience within Cornerstone Barristers and increases the number of silks in Chambers to 15, a record for our organisation.”