Our offices at 13 Linenhall Street, Belfast are temporarily closed due to the current public health emergency. However, we wish to reassure our clients that where possible, our work remains ongoing. All of our Solicitors are working from home and can be contacted by email and telephone. Our contact details are as follows: Telephone: 028…Details
It is with regret we advise of the death of Robert Watts, a former senior partner of the firm. Robert joined the firm following service in the Second World War and practised for over 50 years. He died aged 96 on Sunday 3rd November 2019. We express our condolences to his wife Margaret, his four…Details
We are delighted to announce that on 1st November 2019 Culbert & Martin Solicitors merged with ourselves and David Gray joined us as a Consultant. Culbert & Martin have been, in common with ourselves, a long established firm based in Belfast City Centre, with a reputation for professionalism and integrity. David Gray has been in…Details
The A5 road dispute. Another excellent result for the Applicants, for whom C & J Black acted.
The management buyout for the TBF Thompson Garvagh Group completed in May 2016. Andrew Magowan and Raymond Crilly acquired the Group from Farrans in 1999. The transaction comes about on Mr Magowan’s retirement after 17 years as Managing Director and ensures the continuity of the Group, with Raymond Crilly as Managing Director, Alan Espie as…Details
Planning Consent for Housing Development at Glen Road Heights, Belfast is quashed by the High Court in a case concerning comprehensive development and remedies
The High Court has quashed the planning consent granted to Oaklee Homes Group on 4th March 2015. Roger Watts of C & J Black acted for the estate of Terence O’Hare, which brought the application. Counsel for the applicants was David Scoffield QC. Expert planning evidence was given, on behalf of the applicant, by Michael…Details
If you are involved with the management of a registered club, don’t forget to keep the details of the Trustees up to date and let your solicitor know if there have been any changes. This helps to save time and delay when renewing your registration and in any property dealings.
The High Court decision to quash the GAA’s planning consent for a 38,000 all seated stadium, at Casement Park, Andersonstown Road, Belfast is the culmination of a three year campaign by residents to protect their homes and neighbourhood from the inappropriate scale of this proposal. Roger Watts of C&J Black acted on behalf of the…Details
We are very pleased to launch our new company website! C&J Black Solicitors are a locally owned law firm based in Belfast City Centre. We have been delivering legal services for over one hundred and thirty years to businesses and private clients throughout Northern Ireland, Great Britain and Ireland. We pride ourselves on providing advice…Details