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John Dagg Barrister MRTPI

Sole Practitioner | www.trinitychambers.com

Trinity Chambers
Highfield House
Moulsham Street
Chelmsford
CM2 9AF

Telephone: 01245 605040
Fax: 01245 605041
Mobile: 
Contact: Mr. John Dagg

Email: john.dagg1@btopenworld.com

Website: www.trinitychambers.com

Chelmsford

Trinity Chambers
Highfield House
Moulsham Street
Chelmsford
CM2 9AF

Telephone: 01245 605040
Fax: 01245 605041
Mobile: 
Contact: Mr. John Dagg

Email: john.dagg1@btopenworld.com

Mr. John Dagg BSc. LLB. MCD MRTPI  [ E-mail ]

John Dagg studied at Durham and Liverpool Universities and practised as a town planner with City, County and Borough Authorities before call to the Bar in 1980.Pupillage was in the Chambers of Sir Frank Layfield and Sir Michael Havers. Tenancies in London 1982 to 2005 and in Chelmsford from 1987, Leeds from 2003. Corporate Member of RTPI, Member of Planning and Environment Bar Association, United Kingdom Environmental Law Association and The Environmental Law Foundation. Clients have included London Boroughs,Unitary, County, Borough, District and Parish Councils, The Post Office, A University, Schools, PLCs, small and medium sized enterprises, private individuals and amenity societies. Experience covers a wide range of planning and related issues :applications,enforcement, appeals, call in, development plan,highways, compulsory purchase and infrastructure inquiries,High Court, County Court, Lands Tribunal and Criminal Courts proceedings.

Legal

Advocacy, Appeals, Covenants, Direct Professional Access to the Bar, Injunctions, Judicial Review, Land Tribunals, Public Inquiries

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Legal advice and advocacy : planning and related matters

Advice is given in writing and in conference : on site, at the client's premises or in Chambers. Advocacy is undertaken in all inquiries, hearings, local authority meetings and in all Courts, civil and criminal and in the Lands Tribunal.