Whatever the nature of your building project, your proposal may or may not require planning permission. This is dependent on a number of factors such as scale, location or design.
We offer in-house planning advice in order to ascertain whether planning permission is required should you be in any doubt. It may be that you can undertake your building work under permitted development, providing it meets the necessary requirements, or you may need to submit a planning application.
As a first port of call, we recommend looking at the interactive guides on the Planning Portal in order to prepare for your project. These pages include detailed information about a variety of projects such as conservatories, extensions, outbuildings and porches and it may be that you can avoid the need for planning permission:
Should a planning application be required, we can guide you through the system in order to secure your permission. This process might include undertaking background research of the site, property or location; a site visit to assess the nature of the proposal and specific material considerations; advice regarding the details of the proposal; and preparation and submission of the application.
Services that we offer include:
Drawing up of location and site plans
Preparation and submission of planning applications
Preparation and submission of planning appeals
Certificates of lawfulness
Listed buildings and Conservation Areas
Design and Access Statements
Our Planning Consultant, Lydia Dunne (BA Hons MSc Urban Planning LRTI) is a qualified town planner who would be happy to help you navigate the planning process in order to achieve your approval.
If you would like to discuss your project with us, please give us a call or contact us via the Contact page.