The editorial team and authors of the National Infrastructure Planning Service are all members of Francis Taylor Building (ftb) – the leading set of barristers’ chambers in the field of national infrastructure planning.
ftb members advise and represent clients on a wide variety of Infrastructure projects promoted under the Planning Act 2008, the Town & County Planning Act 1990, the Transport and Works Act 1992, the Electricity Act 1989 and other legislation. They act for promoters, local authorities, statutory consultees and other interested parties.
Members work on a wide variety of schemes that cover the energy, transport, water and waste water sectors:
Energy – including electricity generation including nuclear, gas, coal and renewables such as on shore and offshore wind farms; energy from waste; solar and tidal; electricity transmission and distribution systems; gas production facilities; underground gas storage facilities; pipelines and Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facilities.
Transport – including bridges; tunnels and roads; airports; railways and trams; harbours and marine energy parks.
Water – including reservoirs and desalination plants.
Waste water – including waste water treatment plants and waste water transfer and storage tunnels.
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