Find a Barrister
On this page, you can find details of both barristers who are current members of the Planning and Environment Bar Association, as well as the chambers to which they belong.
Should you wish to find information about pro bono legal services, please refer to the Outreach page.
*Please beware we are currently updating our Handbook. During this time, we will not be updating the below lists. The PEBA Handbook 2019-2020 will be available in May.
Search by barrister
The document accessible using the link below lists all individuals who are current members of the Association. The website of the member’s chambers should be visited for further details of the member’s past experience, specialist expertise, publications, other qualifications and judicial or other appointments.
Search by chambers
The document accessible using the link below lists, on a geographical basis, all barristers’ chambers containing one or more members of the Association, and all members of the Association working as sole practitioners. The e-mail address given is that of the clerks.
Public access work
Since July 2004, it has been possible for members of the public to instruct barristers directly, without the need to employ a professionally qualified intermediary, in relation to certain categories of work—notably the giving of legal advice.
However, this applies only where the barrister concerned, and at least one clerk in his or her chambers, has been appropriately trained. Even then, it does not apply where the barrister considers that the case is complex and will require work to be undertaken by a solicitor or other qualified person, or that the interests of the lay client require the involvement of such a person, or that the proposed fee is insufficient.
A number of the Association’s members are trained to accept instructions from the public directly.
If you require further details about the public access system, please consult the Bar Council’s website.