Our guest, Alison Oakes of Landmark Chambers, defines Right to Light and explains how it is acquired through deeds and (more commonly) via the 1832 Prescription Act.

We hear how Percy J Waldram's assertion that a single candle provided enough light for close-at-hand work is still used as the basis for the 0.2 Sky Factor figure and the 50:50 rule so often cited by expert witnesses.

As well as looking at the two new cases of RHJ v FT Patten and Forsyth Grant v Allen, we have a re-cap on other important cases: Regan v Paul, Tamares, Midtown and Shelfer.