Getting planning permission depends on the judgment of the local planning authority or the Assembly who must consider the facts relating to the proposal, the policies in the development plan and the characteristics of the proposed property itself. Obtaining planning permission can be a time consuming process and even if granted conditions can be imposed on the way the property is built. Listed buildings, conservation areas, tree preservation orders, agricultural occupancy conditions are just few of the areas in which complications can arise.
Our Rural Practice Team will assist with:
- Planning Appeals
- Appeals against Enforcement Action
- Compulsory Purchase
- Blight Notices
- Listed Buildings
- Tree Preservation Orders
- IPPC Permits
- Tied/agricultural accommodation
Please do not hesitate to telephone us for an informal discussion on 01792 773 773 or contact us using our online form today.