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  • R (on the application of Gillan (FC) and another (FC)) (Appellants) v. Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and another (Respondents), (2006)

    ... clothing in public except for headgear, footwear, an outer coat, a jacket or gloves. (4)  Where ...A. Construction. 13.  The argument centred on the expression ... was specially supervised in an area of 2.5 square kilometres. He was held to have suffered a ... the parties to make written submissions on costs within 14 days. LORD HOPE OF CRAIGHEAD. My ...

  • R (on the application of Gillan (FC) and another (FC)) (Appellants) v. Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis and another (Respondents)  , (2006)

    ... clothing in public except for headgear, footwear, an outer coat, a jacket or gloves. (4)  Where ...A. Construction. 13.  The argument centred on the expression ... was specially supervised in an area of 2.5 square kilometres. He was held to have suffered a ... the parties to make written submissions on costs within 14 days. LORD HOPE OF CRAIGHEAD. My ...

  • Davey v Aylesbury Vale District Council & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, March 11, 2005, [2005] EWHC 359 (Admin)

    1. Introduction. The Interested Party (``Mentmore'') is the owner of Mentmore Towers, a Grade 1 listed building set within a Grade II historic park totalling 33 hectares in area. Mentmore Towers lies within open countryside and is within the Mentmore Conservation Area. It is clearly the most significant building within the Conservation Area. The...

    ... size, poor condition and high maintenance costs, very little interest was shown in using the ...(a) construction of a three-storey building over an underground ... film stars, television personalities, football players, sports promoters and others who are not ... statement, PPG 13 sets a threshold of 1000 square metres on leisure developments (accepted as ...

  • HM Attorney General v Pelling, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, April 08, 2005, [2005] EWHC 414 (Admin)

    1. This is an application by Her Majesty's Attorney General for an order of committal or other appropriate penalty in respect of what is said to have been a grave criminal contempt of court perpetrated by the defendant, Michael John Pelling. The contempt alleged, as we shall explain in greater detail, is the publication by the defendant in a journ...

    ... to put Judge Goldstein's judgment fair and square in the public domain. This was strikingly ...)(ii) puts Children Act cases on the same footing. It is time to see what the courts have made of ... recognised by law'', he adopted this construction of subsection (4):. ``.. I think it likely that ... be open about, and that is the question of costs. It will be obvious to your Lordship that the ...

  • Moreau v De Walden, Court of Appeal - Lands Tribunal, April 30, 2003, [2003] EWLands LRA_2_2002

    LEASEHOLD ENFRANCHISEMENT - house on Howard de Walden Estate - improvements - building agreement and lease - state of house when lease granted - whether any completion works - whether works part of bargain for grant of lease - price - restrictive covenants as to alterations, user and machinery - appeal dismissed - Leasehold Reform Act 1967, ss 9(1A...

    ... The Estate is bounded by Cavendish Square and Wigmore Street in the south, Marylebone Lane ... in about 1911 (the exact period of construction is in issue). It is of brick construction with a ... The acceptance at the foot of the first page, under Mr Willett's name in ... administrators and assigns will at his own costs within Twelve Calendar months of the date hereof ...

  • IKEA Properties v First Secretary of State, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, February 18, 2005, [2005] EWHC 208 (Admin)

    1. Under the provisions of Section 288 of the Town & Country Planning Act 1990, the Claimant [``IKEA''] challenges the decision of the Defendant [``the FSS''] given by a decision letter dated 2nd August 2004 [``DL''] whereby he refused planning permission for the construction (inter alia) of a 28,000 sq.m. IKEA store on the former Thomas Storey sit...

    ... refused planning permission for the construction (inter alia) of a 28,000 sq.m. IKEA store on the ... The UDP policy US3 sets 25,000 square metres as the threshold for a ``sub regional ... accessible, especially for those arriving on foot (see paragraph 35 below). He also has doubts ... agreed that whoever won should get their costs, but I will not formally make that order. Is ...

  • Mastercigars Direct Ltd v Hunters & Frankau Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, March 10, 2006, [2006] EWHC 410 (Ch)

    1. This is a trade mark dispute concerning the import into the UK of many well-known brands of hand-rolled Cuban cigars (also known as `habanos'). UK and Community registered trade marks subsist for these brands some of them dating I believe, from Victorian times. The dispute is the upshot of ongoing concern by the single Cuban proprietor of these

    ... are suspected of being counterfeit arise on foot of Council Regulation (EC) 1383/2003 of 23 July ... was then a disclosure and security for costs application before Etherton J on 23 June 2005 ... (1) On a proper construction of Article 7(1) of First Council Directive 89/104 ... to their packaging, a specially designed, square green hologram. Like the seal, each hologram ...

  • Stayley Developments Ltd v Secretary of State for Environment Transport & the Regions, Court of Appeal - Lands Tribunal, December 21, 2000, [2000] EWLands ACQ_144_1998

    COMPENSATION - Compulsory Purchase - preliminary issue -what planning permissions in no scheme world - green belt land acquired for motorway and junction - planning permission for major development - s 17 certificate specifying similar development - whether such development would be permitted on adjoining land IN THE MATTER of a NOTICE OF REFE...

    ...Rugby Corporation v Foottit [1973] AC 202. Abbey Homesteads Developments Ltd ... being acquired compulsory for the construction of a motorway, planning permission would have ... having to be done by hand, and hence higher costs. There were, moreover, significant periods of ... Mr Higginbotham envisaged a 60,000 square feet industrial building, with 30 car park ...

  • Grupo Torras SA & Ors v Sheikh Fahad & Ors, Court of Appeal - Commercial Court, June 24, 1999, [1999] EWHC 300 (Comm),[1999] CLC 1469

    This is the trial of actions which have occupied much time in the Commercial Court and on appeal over the last five years. Their title identifies two plaintiffs, fifty-six defendants, and a counterclaim joining as second defendant to counterclaim the plaintiffs' ultimate parent, the Kuwait Investment Authority (``KIA''). The actions concern transac...

    ... a 95 year leasehold interest of 52 Cadogan Square which Esteem Limited had agreed to purchase on ... made by THL to Coggia in July 1991 to cover costs and expenses, which, according to Mr Folchi and ... obtained on time for the paper mill construction. Within the next few days, when Mr Fordham ... precisely the same lines as those already on foot. No suggestion to the contrary has been made on ...

  • Real Estate Executive Report 2009 - Still Standing

    ... UK retail has added, net of closures, 100m square foot of new 'floorspace'. Half of that is ...' ability to pay increasing occupancy costs because they are going to have less money. Retail ... significantly affect real estate and construction businesses in the UK, employees at various levels ...

  • Fairchild (suing on her own behalf and on behalf of the Estate of and Dependants of Arthur Eric Fairchild (Deceased)) Fox (Suomg as Widow and Administratric of Thmas Fox (Deceased)) (FC) Matthews (FC) v Associated Portland Cement Manufactureres (1978) Ltd and Others, (2002)

    ... as being covered in dust from head to foot. No measures were taken to protect him from such ... sum awarded by the judge with interest and costs, without prejudice to the issues in the appeal. ... should be liable for an injury, squarely within the risk which they created and that they, ... injury of a pedestrian who passes a construction site operated by different companies; personal ...

  • Fairchild (suing on her own behalf and on behalf of the Estate of and Dependants of Arthur Eric Fairchild (Deceased)) Fox (Suomg as Widow and Administratric of Thmas Fox (Deceased)) (FC) Matthews (FC) v Associated Portland Cement Manufactureres (1978) Ltd and Others, (2002)

    ... as being covered in dust from head to foot. No measures were taken to protect him from such ... sum awarded by the judge with interest and costs, without prejudice to the issues in the appeal. ... should be liable for an injury, squarely within the risk which they created and that they, ... injury of a pedestrian who passes a construction site operated by different companies; personal ...

  • Drivers Jonas (A Firm) v Lehmann, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, June 22, 1999, [1999] EWCA Civ 1645

    MRS LEHMANN: My Lord Justice, you asked me yesterday if anyone has enquired whether Mr Jones was reading German. I would like your Lordship, please, to look at the trial bundle E page 104, where Mr Jones writes a fax in German in his own handwriting and signs it "Rod". Bundle E at page 1104. LORD JUSTICE CHADWICK: Yes. MRS LEHMANN: It says "Bi...

    ... . "Berlin builds central square in eastern part of the city. . According to ..., next year the city will commence construction of a German equivalent to London's Piccadilly ... with a building on it, at so much per square foot of office space, that does not tell us what a ... 3. That the costs of the Action including Costs Reserved be paid by ...

  • Trinidad Home Developers Ltd v IMH Investments Ltd, Court of Appeal - Privy Council, December 08, 2003, [2003] UKPC 85

    Trinidad Home Developers Ltd (``the company'') has been in liquidation since 1988 but its affairs have not yet been wound up. It was, as its name suggests, a property development company. In 1978 the respondent, IMH Investments Ltd (``IMH''), granted the company a licence to use a process for building houses out of pre-fabricated concrete panels i...

    ... agreed to pay a royalty of US$0.45 per square foot of concrete panel. The company duly paid ...and the amount of the debt, damages, costs or moneys thereby recovered or ordered to be ... to priorities over land if the construction adopted by the Court of Appeal was correct. He ...

  • Broomhead & Ors, Re Law Of Property Act 1925, Court of Appeal - Lands Tribunal, March 13, 2003, [2003] EWLands LP_7_2001

    RESTRICTIVE COVENANT - restriction requiring paddock to remain undeveloped - application to discharge or modify this restriction so as to permit development with five houses - whether use of restriction as a bargaining tool relevant to para (a) - whether practical benefits of substantial value or advantage secured by restriction - application for m...

    ... to cost in the region of £200/£225 per square foot developed giving a price in excess of ... The construction of five houses on the paddock would destroy the ...A letter on costs accompanies this decision, which will take effect ...

  • Planning Act 2008

    ... of fees to be calculated by reference to costs incurred by the Commission—. (a) in the ...(a) the construction or extension of a generating station;. (b) the ...“TEU” means a twenty-foot equivalent unit;. “unit” in relation to a ...(a) the order land does not exceed 200 square metres in extent or is required for the widening ...

  • Belamoan v Holden & Co, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 28, 1999, [1999] EWCA Civ 1521

    LORD JUSTICE BROOKE: This is an appeal by Mr George Balamoan against a judgment of Judge Kennedy QC at the Hastings County Court on 23rd March 1998 when he dismissed Mr Balamoan's claim for damages for professional negligence against Holden & Co, who are a firm of solicitors. The judge was only concerned at the trial with issues of liability. Mr...

    ... who were responsible for the construction of a new supermarket for them on a site in ... now acting in person, accepted £25,000 and costs in settlement of his claim. In the present claim ... attention to the fact that there is a 20 foot gap between 1 and 1A Earl Street, and a 10 foot ..., chairs, food, walls and clothing in every square inch of the house". He had mentioned this to Mr ...

  • R J Tilbury & Sons (Devon) Ltd. (t/a East Devon Shellfish) v Alegrete Shipping Co Inc & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, February 07, 2003, [2003] EWCA Civ 65

    1. By judgment dated 29th May 2002 given on the trial of a preliminary issue, David Steel J determined against the appellant claimants that (assuming proof of the facts which they had alleged) their claim for loss of profits did not constitute "damage caused .... by contamination resulting from the discharge or escape" of oil from the Sea Empress w...

    ... in an area around Shetland of about 400 square miles, which included salmon rearing and ... their normal level; (3) additional rearing costs incurred in making special arrangements for ...i) a "but for" construction of causation opened up a limitless chain of ... issue with Lord Cullen's statement at the foot of the left column on page 322, that: "The ...

  • 100 Old Broad Street Ltd & Ors v Sidley & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 28, 1999, [1999] EWCA Civ 1286

    This is an appeal by the plaintiffs against the judgment delivered on 15 January 1997 by H.H. Judge Havery QC sitting as an Official Referee, with a rider added on 31 January 1997, in which he decided that the plaintiffs had suffered no loss as a result of the defendants' admitted negligence, and thus awarded only nominal damages of £2. The part...

    ... permission was granted for the construction of a new building on the site. Thereafter plans ... was suitable for the basement, rents per square foot being lower below ground. Putting much of ... to £2,417,217 to which was added financing costs in the sum of £761,608 making a total claim ...

  • Akasuc Enterprise Ltd & Ors v Farmar & Shirreff (A Firm), Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, June 05, 2003, [2003] EWHC 1275 (Ch)

    1. This is a trial of an action brought by the Claimants against the Defendants a firm of solicitors for damages arising out of an agreement (``the Agreement'') dated 22 November 1996, whereby the First Claimant (``Akasuc'') entered into a conditional contract to sell the property (``the Property''), being a parcel of land at Osier Way, Banstead, S...

    ... discount of some £0.4 million for soil costs, expressed the view that the site was worth a ... permission and £200,000.00 on construction. Miss Dolding advised him that that did not seem ... difference between them was £60.00 per square foot (Mr Adams-Cairns) and £47.00 per square ...

  • In re Northern Ireland Human Rights Commissions, (2002)

    ... the proceedings for judicial review were on foot and at a time when no substantive relief could be ...Even with as broad and sympathetic construction as they would reasonably bear, the Lord Chief ... Costs would be increased. The party against whose ... put these two parts of the provision in square brackets because it seems to me they must be read ...

  • In re Northern Ireland Human Rights Commissions, (2002)

    ... the proceedings for judicial review were on foot and at a time when no substantive relief could be ...Even with as broad and sympathetic construction as they would reasonably bear, the Lord Chief ... Costs would be increased. The party against whose ... put these two parts of the provision in square brackets because it seems to me they must be read ...

  • Ghulam v Bristol City Council, Court of Appeal - Lands Tribunal, November 03, 2000, [2000] EWLands ACQ_91_2000

    COMPENSATION - Compulsory acquisition of house in poor repair - failure of owner to respond to notices and offers - comparable values - price to be paid for freehold - Housing Act 1985 s.290 and Acquisition of Land Act 1981 - compensation £30,000. IN THE MATTER of A NOTICE OF REFERENCE BETWEEN MRS FATIMA GHULAM Claimant and BRIST...

    ... the use of poor quality materials in construction had contributed to severe problems of damp and ... It had been agreed that a value per square foot analysis was an appropriate method of ... The claimant's proper legal costs of transfer, if any, are to be paid in addition. ...

  • Johnson v Shaw, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, June 06, 2003, [2003] EWCA Civ 894

    1. LORD JUSTICE PETER GIBSON: This is an appeal by the defendants, Walter Shaw and his sons Gerald and Stephen, from the order made by His Honour Judge Maddocks sitting as a High Court judge. By his order on 18th November 2002 the judge resolved in favour of the claimant, Carmen Johnson, certain disputes which had arisen between her and the defen...

    ... On 10th July 1928 he sold a parcel of 665 square yards, part of the cottage lot, to a Mr Hume, and ... However, if I am wrong in my construction of the deeds, the claim would still be one for ... then occurred and that in April 2001, above foot and mouth notices erected on the gates, were ... matter, rather than allow yet further costs to be incurred on what must already have been ...