David Myers brings more than 13 years’ experience as a planning solicitor.

His work involves acting for a wide variety of clients within the public and private sector. David is experienced in dealing with all aspects of Town and Country planning matters, including planning applications, section 106 agreements, appeals and enforcement action. David has a particular interest in advising clients on compulsory purchase and appropriation, working closely with our highly regarded compulsory purchase compensation team.

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  • Advising a local authority on the compulsory acquisition strategy and process for a major redevelopment and regeneration project with the restoration of a Grade I listed building at its heart involving a collaboration with a private developer.
  • Advising a private developer on all aspects of the planning process and strategy in the acquisition and development of a major film studio.
  • Advising a local authority on its first use of appropriation powers linked to a proposed development scheme.
  • Providing planning support to a major energy supplier in the sale of a power station.
  • Successfully appealed three enforcement notices served on the same site in order to allow for the retention of a self-storage operation.
  • Preparing a number of complex section 106 agreements for multi-phased residential development for major housebuilders throughout England and Wales.


  • College of Law, York
  • University of York, BA. Hons


  • England and Wales, 2008


  • English

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