Planning consent can add very substantial value to your property. But it's become a highly complex area. More than ever, it is critical that you get it right first time.
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The main criticism of new development is that it does not create the quality of environment that we like. We all have our favourite places to visit, the place where the mix of buildings and their surroundings and the uses they offer combine to create a place ...
In July 2020, Natural England issued water quality advice that had an immediate impact on planning applications for new homes located within the Stour Catchment, although it took until late September for Local Authorities to advise on the implications for applications not yet determined.
This area is ...
Local plans are important planning policy documents which are used to guide development to certain areas.
These plans take a long time in the making, which means that there are only certain times in perhaps a five year period when you can put your land forward for ...