Believe it or not, tree felling is a legally controlled activity. The Forestry Act 1967 creates the legal framework for felling trees in England and Wales. It mandates that a felling licence is required to fell all “growing”, i.e. living,...
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If you have been referred to the Nursing & Midwifery Council it is vital that you seek specialist legal advice in order to protect your interests and safeguard your practise. Our lawyers are recommended in the current edition of the Legal 500 for professional disciplinary work. We have extensive experience of dealing with NMC investigations and fitness to practise cases. We have experience of acting for clients working within the NHS and private healthcare, including specialist experience of acting for independent midwives. Please visit our NMC case studies page for more information about our expertise in this area.