Planning and highways solicitor who acts for organisations, developers and individuals on a wide variety of planning matters.

Chloe is currently on maternity leave. For further assistance please contact another member of the Planning team.

Chloe enjoys planning as it is at the centre of development and a vehicle for change to the social, economic and physical features of the country.

Chloe has acted on a number of complicated s106 agreements in both London and Sussex, including a large residential development for an affordable housing provider and a mixed use regeneration scheme in London.

She has also conducted a number of litigation matters, including appeals to the Planning Inspectorate and Senior Courts. Chloe has a particular interest in highways law and has assisted in a number of footpath matters.

A highly competent planning and environmental lawyer, Chloe was named Junior Lawyer of the Year 2014 in the inaugural Lawyers in Local Government Awards.

Chloe has provided planning support to the Real Estate and Banking teams on a number of significant, complex developments and has recently provided advice on the purchase of a portfolio of supported living properties.  She has also provided CIL advice to new clients and colleagues on existing matters.

Chloe completed her training contract with Slough Borough Council before joining the firm in 2015; her local government experience providing her with an excellent understanding of planning and environmental procedures and a good understanding of local government powers and procedures. She also acts for a number of developers, house builders and private individuals.

Work highlights


Advising on a section 106 agreement, including acting for local planning authorities on a 1,000 unit urban extension and a supermarket development.


Advising appellants on various appeals to the Planning Inspectorate, including section 78 appeals and an appeal of a Hedgerow Replacement Notice.


Acting for claimants in applications to the High Court and Court of Appeal under sections 288 and 289 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.


Advising on agreements under sections 38 and 278 of the Highways Act 1980, including associated section 104 water agreements.

Recent articles


Brighton considers banning second homes

Proposal to ensure new homes in the Brighton do not become second homes after an increase of over 1,000 short-term holiday lets being advertised in the City this year since 2018



Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill: planning proposals

Chloe Karamian considers the end of CIL and the changes to the Infrastructure Levy in the first of our series covering a number of upcoming Planning Law changes you need to be aware of



Changes to Use Classes Order upheld by Court of Appeal

Rights: Community Action group lose their appeal regarding the new permitted development rights which recently came into law



Property and Planning – our predictions for 2022

Explore the anticipated changes in commercial and residential real estate, property disputes, development, and planning for 2022 and beyond