13th November 2019
In Finney v Welsh Ministers & Ors, the Appeal Court of England and Wales recently considered the validity of an application under section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (equivalent of a section 42 application in Scotland) in circumstances where the proposed changes to conditions also require a change to the description of development.
13th November 2019In Finney v Welsh Ministers & Ors, the Appeal Court of England and Wales recently considered the validity of an application under section 73 of the Town and Cou
5th November 2019Until comparatively recently, very few of us had heard of Relationships at Work Policies. However, with the steep rise in sexual harassment claims and the emergence
1st November 2019Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP Private Client Partner Ian Macdonald has been re-elected as a STEP Council member. A STEP member since 1990, Ian has represent
31st October 2019Two solicitors from Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie's Inverness office have announced their retirements after over 88 combined years in the legal profession. Geor
25th October 2019Public Procurement policy and practice, when it comes to facilitating SME involvement, seems to be focused solely upon ensuring there are opportunities at a Sub-Con
1st October 2019Construction specialist solicitor Ross Taylor has joined Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP as Partner. Ross Taylor, who has headed up Taylor Law in Dunfermline
3rd September 2019WJM is delighted to welcome our new first year trainees to the company. Scott Paterson, Iona Whyte, Monika Koczwara, Marion MacDonald, Susannah Green and Han
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