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MARTHA GREKOS
LEGAL CONSULTANCY

A NEW WAY OF DOING LAW

We are a different kind of legal practice. Our sole focus is advising on planning law and policy. We help you realise your goal in gaining planning permission for large complex urban regeneration projects, strategic residential developments and major infrastructure projects. We work as part of a team to deliver a commercial outcome. There is no cookie-cutter approach. We explore the uniques of every brief to find the best solution for each individual project and client. We have non-hierarchical and flexible working arrangements which are reflected in our collaborative culture. This is a democratic workplace where everyone’s opinions matter, ideas are free-flowing and decisions are made together.

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  • Category: Opinions May 20, 2020

    Is housing need becoming the political force to shift a move to allow developments in the Green Belt?


    The retention of the Green Belt continues to be a huge issue for councils and communities across the country, as it is an issue that councillors face regularly on the doorsteps of their electorate. Combine that with the UK crisis of housing supply and a call to release some of the green belt for...

  • Category: Opinions May 20, 2020

    Book Review: Faith in The City of London


    This is a very beautiful photographic book. Niki artistically captures the vibrancy and diversity of faiths in the City of London through a collection of photographs of over 200 visits to most of the City’s places of worship.

    The mention of “Faith in the City of London” conjures up images...

  • Category: Webinars May 14, 2020

    Moving London out of Lockdown


    Martha Grekos, along with Stephen Hammond MP, Councillor Peter John OBE and Joanna Rowelle of Arup, was part of a webinar panel organised by Cratus discussing how to move London out of lockdown. Issues focused on whether development can jump start the London economy and if so, what do councils...

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