His recent work has included advising the mayor of London on the Crossrail Community Infrastructure Levy and alterations to strategic planning document the London Plan.
He also advised the London Borough of Tower Hamlets on compulsory purchase orders relating to the Blackwall Reach Regeneration Project.
Brown’s move to Landmark Chambers means he will team up again with planning barrister Lisa Busch, who was also previously at 4-5 Gray’s Inn Square prior to joining Landmark last month.
According to a report last week in industry title The Lawyer, Brown and Busch are among six members to recently leave 4-5 Gray's Inn Square.
According to The Lawyer, the other barristers to leave the set are specialists in public, education and human rights law.