The purpose of planning
permission is to regulate the development and use
of land in the public interest. This is achieved by
requiring that all proposed development (with a few
exceptions) must have planning
permission before any work commences. Applications
permission are only refused
if the proposed development would cause harm to the
permission is required for most building work and
also for a range of other operations such as some changes
in the use of buildings or land.
In addition to planning
permission you may also need Building Regulations
approval for the proposed works.
The process of applying for planning
permission is a specialised area requiring professional
management to be successful.
We help our clients win every sort of planning
- Larger buildings for business expansion
- Residential plots in gardens
- Brownfield re-development
- Major Strategic schemes for developers (650+)
At every stage we listen to the client’s requirements
and aim to optimise site values to satisfy both the
landowner and the Planning Authority.
Keymer Cavendish we have specialist skills in all the
following areas of planning
permission. (click here).