|Source:||All England Reporter|
|Publisher Citation:|| All ER (D) 432|
|Court:||Court of Appeal, Civil Division|
Potter LJ, Sir Iain Glidewell and Sir David Hirst
|Representation||Christopher Thomas QC and Ian Pennicott (instructed by Norton Rose) for the plaintiffs.|
|Richard Fernyhough QC and Sarah Hannaford (instructed by Cameron McKenna) for the defendants.|
|Judgment Dates:||28 April 1999|
Damages - Measure of damages - Negligence - Surveyor - Negligent advice on neighbours' right to light - Negligence necessitating the redrawing on plans - Recession in property market intervening - New scheme designed following recession - Date on which particular loss reasonably foreseeable - Whether damages for cost of rectification available where intervening event prompting decision not to rectify.