Thursday, 28 December 2006

Planning law books

A few books which may be useful to planners, but not exactly Christmas tree presents are:

Henry Comerford & Aengus R.M. Fogarty, Environmental Law: A Glossary and Handbook (Round Hall, Dublin, 2000)

Henry Comerford, Wildlife Legislation 1976-2000 (Round Hall, Dublin, 2001)

John Crean, Do You Require Planning Permission? An Illustrated Guide, 2nd ed. (Round Hall, Dublin, 2002)

J.A. Dowling, Northern Ireland Planning Law (Gill and Macmillan, Dublin, 1995)

H.M. Fitzpatrick, Trees and the Law (Law Society of Ireland, 1985)

Eamon Galligan, Irish Planning Law and Procedure (Round Hall Sweet & Maxwell, 1997) (2nd ed. due 2002)

Ronan Keane, Law of Local Government in the Republic of Ireland (Law Society of Ireland, 1982)

Barbara Maguire, Michael O'Reilly & Michael S. Roche, Irish Environmental Legislation (Round Hall, Dublin, 1999)

Michael O'Donnell, Planning Law (Annotated Irish Statutes Series, Butterworths, Dublin, 1999)

Donal Ó Laoghaire, Inland Waters: Environmental Legislation (Butterworths, 1995)

Donal Ó Laoghaire, Waste Management Legislation (Round Hall, Dublin, 2001)

Philip O'Sullivan & Katharine Shepherd, Irish Planning Law and Practice (Butterworths, 1991 with updates to 2001) (2 volumes looseleaf)

Yvonne Scannell, Environmental and Planning Law in Ireland (Round Hall Press, 1995) [2nd ed. 2006]

Garrett Simons, Planning and Development Law (Thomson Round Hall, Dublin, 2003)

Sharon Turner & Karen Morrow, Northern Ireland Environmental Law (Gill & Macmillan, Dublin, 1997)

2 comments:

kim23 said...

great post, Brendan! thanks for this sharing! very interesting and informative planning law books! Another useful law book for planners is the one written by Elizabeth K Lee. I read it two years ago and I really enjoyed it! I warmly recommend it!

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