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Kamran is a Partner in the Planning team at Ward Hadaway and specialises in all areas of planning highways and compulsory purchase law covering both contentious and non-contentious matters.

He is particularly experienced at balancing the interests of the private and public sectors, whether that is in relation to the provision of new housing, major infrastructure, regeneration projects or mixed use schemes.

Experience

Kamran particularly acts for house builders from both the public and private sectors and advises on a number of major housing schemes from the perspectives of developers, landowners and local authorities.

He provides strategic planning advice to national house builders on the delivery and integration of affordable housing and has presented seminars on the topic to Registered Providers and the Association of Chief Legal Officers.

Kamran has also advised the promoters of large scale infrastructure projects such as the New Tyne Crossing and the Intersite Bridge that spans the Central Motorway in Newcastle and led on the planning advice that secured the delivery of the flagship Newcastle Science Central.

Kamran was also the key legal adviser on planning and highway matters in relation to the delivery (nationwide) of the Government’s school building programme. His advice spanned projects for redevelopment, new build and refurbishment and extended to advice on government policy guidance and design standards

Kamran is regularly called on by professional bodies such as the RTPI and RICS to present seminars on planning law.

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Independent verdict

  • "He's really good - he cuts through the legalese and comes up with solutions."

    Client quote, Chambers & Partners
  • "A ‘knowledgeable and committed lawyer'."

    Legal 500
  • "Clients say Kamran Hyder is 'knowledgeable and answers questions in plain English'. He is regularly instructed by significant clients in the house building industry."

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