Hailed as a victory for property developers, the somewhat unusual case of Derreb Ltd v Blackheath Cator Estate Residents Ltd , in which a developer successfully argued for a restrictive covenant to be modified, thereby allowing its proposed development of a private estate to proceed, offers a useful insight into the types of conditions which the Upper Tribunal can impose to satisfy the objectors concerns.
During this bite-size session, lecturer and barrister Rachel Coyle of 36 Civil (The 36 Group) will examine the case of Derreb Ltd v Blackheath Cator Estate Residents Ltd  and will answer the following questions:
· What are the facts? What are the principles?
· How does section 84(1)(c) interact, if at all, with section 84(1A)?
· What did the Tribunal decide in relation to ground (a) and/or (aa)?
· Did the Tribunal set out restrictions? If so, what were they?
In addition, Rachel will ensure that viewers are fully acquainted with the following:
· Driscoll v Church Commissioners for England  1QB 330
· Re Greaves (1965)17 P&CR 57.
· Section 84 Law of Property Act 1925
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