Blackstone Chambers has an extensive environmental law practice. Members of Chambers at all levels of seniority deal enthusiastically with environmental matters in the public law and regulatory arena (including EU and public international law), as well as those arising in private law disputes, such as nuisance claims or contract/competition claims.

Specific areas or sectors covered include: air pollution; biodiversity; climate change; competition law and environmental service provision; the CRC energy efficiency scheme; environmental impact assessment (EIA); electricity and gas; energy; Export Credit Guarantee issues; environmental information; EU law; fisheries; fracking; habitats; human rights and the environment; marine environment; nuisance; pesticides; planning; the precautionary principle; renewable energy; sewerage and water supply; SSSIs; state aid; sustainable communities; transnational pollution, village greens; waste; water resources; waterways; and wildlife.

Environment barristers

Queen's Counsel

Juniors 10+ years

Juniors 1-5 years

Clerks

Staff