Caitlin Spence is a solicitor in the Planning and Environment team.

She advises on s106 Agreements, listed buildings and conservation areas, the CIL Regulations and planning appeals.

Caitlin has a passion for environmental law and sustainability and explores how this interacts with the built environment.

She has worked on both contentious and non-contentious matters and has worked with the firm's large developer clients and high-net-worth individuals. 

Recent work
  • Assisting on a judicial review application in relation to a CIL appeal.
  • Providing strategic planning advice on listed buildings and planning applications. 
  • Advising on the new Use Class Changes and Permitted Development Rights.
  • Carrying out due diligence reports on property transactions.
  • Routine advice on the CIL Regulations in relation to planning permissions and the available reliefs. 
  • Listed as Key Lawyer, Real estate: Planning, Legal 500 UK 2023
Did you know
Caitlin grew up overseas in Bermuda. 
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Real Estate sustainability

Real Estate sustainability

As interest in sustainability grows, legislation will develop to reflect that. Our dedicated team focus on working with landlords, tenants, investors, developers and financiers to assist them with being more sustainable in the built environment and pushing towards the goal of becoming Net Zero.



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