Specialist Subjects: Environmental law
Lecturer in Law
I am broadly interested in public environmental law, but in particular legal approaches to the achievement of sustainable development and the impact of devolution on environmental protection in the UK.
Sustainable Communities in Wales: Developing a New Governance Approach to Local Sustainable Development in Wales’ Most Deprived Areas in Environmental Law and Policy in Wales Stallworthy M. and Bishop P (eds) (Wales University Press) forthcoming.
Planning and Nuisance: Revisiting the balance of public and private interests forthcoming Journal of Environmental Law (2011) 23 (2) 285-310 (with Patrick Bishop).
'Planning and Nuisance: Revisiting the balance of public and private interests' forthcoming Journal of Environmental Law (2011) (with Patrick Bishop).
‘Keeping Off-roaders on Track: Addressing the Misuse of Off-Road Vehicles in Urban and Rural Settings’ Journal of Planning and Environmental Law (2010) 1-124 (with Stuart Macdonald).
'Effective Judicial Protection and the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive in Ireland' (2010) European Law Review (Book Review) 599-600.
‘Local Government Reform and Sustainable Development in Wales and Ireland Environmental Law Review (2009) 11(1) 23-40
‘Moving Into the Mainstream: An Analysis of Regulatory Responses to Impact Assessment in Equality and Sustainable Development’ (2007) Northern Ireland Law Quarterly 58, 2007, 78-108 (with Bernadette Rainey).
'Environmental Law in Wales' (2005) Journal of Environmental Law 17(2) 207-227.
'Placing Sustainable Development at the Heart of Government: the role of law in the evolution of sustainable development as the central organising principle of government', Legal Studies, (2002), 22(4), pp. 578-602.
'Learning from the Past: Achieving Sustainable Development in the Reform of Local Government' (2002) Public Law 130-151.
Sustainable Development, Sustainable Communities and Environmental Justice: Locating Environmental Anti-social Behaviour Socio-Legal Studies Association Conference, 2010
Planning for Major Infrastructure Projects in the UK Conference on Quality and Speed of Administrative Decision-making Proceedings: Tension or Balance? Maastricht University, 2010
• Noise law and the precautionary principle
• Law and sustainable development
• Project finance, corporate governance and sustainable development
"I would welcome proposals or enquiries for research into environmental law particularly public environmental law."