Christopher Boyle QC has been appointed as the Deputy Commissary General for Canterbury Diocese by Commissary General Miss Morag Ellis QC. Bishop Trevor swore Christopher into his new role on 18 April in London.
Called to the Bar in 1994, Christopher specialises in Town and Country Planning, Environmental, Infrastructure and Compulsory Purchase Law. He joined Landmark Chambers in March 2007 and is the Secretary of The Planning and Environment Bar Association a member of the Ecclesiastical Law Society and a Former committee member of the Compulsory Purchase Association.
Trustee of HRH The Prince of Wales’ The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community and a member of The Prince’s Developers’ Network, Christopher is also an Elected Council member of The National Trust and member of the NT Rural Enterprise Panel.
Christopher, 42, lives in Cumbria with his wife and three children. He is shadow trustee of Rose Castle, Cumbria.
Commenting on his appointment, Christopher said: “I am absolutely delighted to have been appointed the deputy to Morag Ellis QC, whom I greatly admire. It is fascinating work and I very much look forward to working with the team at the Diocese and Winkworth Sherwood.”
Christopher studied law at Merton College, Oxford and at Inns of Court School of Law (BVC) Christopher may be contacted via the Diocesan Registrar at Winkworth Sherwood: 02075 935110Ends
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