Sarah joined Addleshaw Goddard in 2016 and specialises in Planning and Infrastructure Consenting law. She deals with issues such as negotiating highways and s.106 agreements, permitted development rights, and varying existing planning agreements, as well as, assisting with development consent orders, compulsory purchase and compensation law for clients in the transport, energy, housing and urban regeneration sectors.
Sarah studied law at the University of Kent where she gained a first and completed her LPC at the College of Law in which she achieved a distinction. In 2014, Sarah was a finalist for Junior Lawyer of the Year (West Kent).
Examples of specific work include:
- Negotiating complex s.106 agreements for national house builders.
- Completing a tri-partite s.38/s.278 agreement for a railway bridge in Slough.
- Renegotiating s.106 agreements, including, tenure types and mixes for registered providers.
- Carrying out due diligence projects for national investment funds.
- University of Kent - Law degree LLB 2005 - 2008 (First Class Honours)
- College of Law in Guildford - LPC 2008 - 2009 (Distinction)
- Year qualified - 2012