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Robert Wood

Robert Wood

Senior Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English

Robert is a Senior Associate in the Real Estate Disputes team. 

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  • 2009 – Graduate Diploma in Law, Legal Practice Course, BPP Law School
  • 2007 – University of Bristol, 2.1 Hons
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03 February 2021
Up­per Tribunal de­cision up­held by Court of Ap­peal
The Court of Ap­peal has up­held the de­cision of the Up­per Tribunal in Corner­stone Tele­com­mu­nic­a­tions In­fra­struc­ture Lim­ited v Ash­loch and an­oth­er[2019] UKUT 338 (LC). The de­cision provides clar­ity on...
23 April 2020
Tele­coms: Up­per Tribunal is­sues warn­ing against delay tac­tics
“This is vex­a­tious con­duct and the Tribunal will not in­dulge it.” The words of Up­per Tribunal Judge, Eliza­beth Cooke, to a landown­er who, in her view, “sought to delay the res­ol­u­tion of the ref­er­ence...
26 November 2019
Tele­coms: Court of Ap­peal rul­ing on op­er­at­or’s right to sur­vey
The Court of Ap­peal has con­cluded that para­graph 3(d) of the Code shall be con­strued to in­clude an ex­press right for op­er­at­ors to enter upon land to un­der­take a sur­vey to as­sess suit­ab­il­ity for the in­stall­a­tion...
24 June 2019
Spot­light on the new Tele­coms Code: the key de­cisions
The new Elec­tron­ic Com­mu­nic­a­tions Code (the “Code”) came in­to force on 28 Decem­ber 2017. Nearly eight­een months on, we have seen many claims is­sued un­der the Code, with op­er­at­ors and land own­ers look­ing...
17 April 2019
Tele­coms: cla­ri­fic­a­tion on neigh­bour­ing landown­ers’ rights to re­quire re­mov­al...
The Up­per Tribunal has con­firmed that landown­ers can­not pro­cure the re­mov­al of elec­tron­ic com­mu­nic­a­tions ap­par­at­us in­stalled on neigh­bour­ing land where this did not in­ter­fere with a means of ac­cess to...
09 April 2019
Fur­ther prac­tic­al cla­ri­fic­a­tion on the Tele­coms Code
The Up­per Tribunal has handed down an­oth­er judg­ment in the on­go­ing pur­suit for clar­ity un­der the new Tele­coms Code between op­er­at­ors and site pro­viders.  In the case of CTIL v Richard Gregory Keast...
08 April 2019
Tele­coms: Op­er­at­or re­fused or­der con­fer­ring rights over land
A landown­er has suc­cess­fully res­ist­ing an op­er­at­or seek­ing the con­fer­ral of Code rights on its land as the landown­er was not in oc­cu­pa­tion of the land so could not grant the re­ques­ted rights. The Up­per...
26 February 2019
Tele­coms: First com­pens­a­tion case un­der the New Code
The Up­per Tribunal held that con­sid­er­a­tion pay­able by an op­er­at­or for the grant of a rooftop lease for a term of 10 years should be just £1,000 per an­num (EE Ltd and Hutchis­on 3G UK Ltd v The May­or and...
07 November 2018
Tele­coms Code: op­er­at­ors have a right to un­der­take pre­lim­in­ary sur­veys
Sum­mary In the first sub­stant­ive re­fer­ral to Up­per Tribunal on the New Elec­tron­ic Com­mu­nic­a­tions Code: The need for an op­er­at­or to enter onto pro­spect­ive sites to un­der­take pre­lim­in­ary sur­vey­ing...
03 October 2018
Dare­dev­ils pre­ven­ted from fur­ther tres­pass
A re­cent craze of “urb­an ex­plor­ing” – people tres­passing on land to climb tall build­ings and cranes, post­ing the views on so­cial me­dia – is for­cing landown­ers to seek in­junct­ive re­lief to pre­vent...
15 November 2017
CMS Ju­ni­or Sur­vey­or Train­ing Au­tumn 2017
CMS and RICS Mat­rics Lon­don have teamed up to host a one hour CPD sem­in­ar on Lease  Re­new­als.The ses­sion cov­ers three prac­tic­al top­ics you will of­ten face when deal­ing with lease re­new­als un­der the 1954...