Advising Ballymore and Hammerson on the redevelopment of Bishopsgate Goodsyard, one of the largest undeveloped sites in Central London.
Claire Dutch is the head of Hogan Lovells' planning team and focuses on all aspects of planning law. She has experience of managing major development projects.
Claire is listed as a "Leading Individual" in both Legal 500 2016 and Chambers 2017 (Band 1). She was listed in Planning Magazine's 2016 poll of Most Influential Women in UK Planning and also its 2013 'Power 100', a list of 100 most influential people in the planning industry in the UK, and was one of only six solicitors listed.
Claire is a member of the British Property Federation Planning Committee and also the Oxford Joint Planning Law Conference Committee.
'A very good negotiator, firm but tactful'
'Provides clear black and white answers to uncertain areas of the law'
Advising Ballymore Properties Limited on several large mixed use schemes including office, hotel and leisure use in the London Docklands and Nine Elms areas totalling over 3 million square feet.
Advising Thorpe Marsh Power on its application to PINs to construct a 20km gas pipeline in Yorkshire.
Advising Henderson Global Investors on the regeneration of Bishop's Stortford town centre.
Advising Welbeck Strategic Land on a 1000 unit urban extension in East Sussex.
Advising Londonewcastle on several residential schemes in Central London.
Advising Riverside Resource Recovery in relation to its application under the Electricity Act 1989 for consent to construct and operate the UK's largest Energy from Waste power station in Belvedere, Kent.
Planning - Leading Individual (Band 1)
Legal 500 UK