Global Recycling Day was created in 2018 to help recognise, and celebrate, the importance recycling plays in preserving our precious primary resources and securing the future of our planet.… More >>
It’s no surprise that we’re absolutely thrilled to have assisted securing planning permission for an affordable housing scheme as its the type of development we really get excited about. … More >>
So who’s looking forward to meeting for a glass of wine when the restrictions lift?… More >>
What is a Tree Preservation Order?
Tree Preservation Orders (or TPOs) are placed upon trees that have been assessed and identified as having ‘amenity value’.… More >>
Every day is a great day to celebrate the amazing women in your life, but #InternationalWomensDay gives you an extra reason to do just that.… More >>
At the end of a meeting with any new client regarding development potential of a site I am often faced with the question “so what’s the next step” and my response is usually one along the lines of “you COULD submit a preapplication enquiry” where I go on to list the many benefits of a pre-application submission (which I DO acknowledge) however I usually reluctantly caveat my response with “but it might not be useful in this instance”.… More >>
What is a Heritage Statement?
A heritage statement is an assessment of the significance of various types of heritage asset, exploring the impact of proposed developments upon these historical features.… More >>
For all the drama surrounding the ‘once in a generation’ reform of England’s planning system heralded by the various Government announcements in 2020, the most emotive and divisive planning issue of all was conspicuously absent – Green Belt.… More >>
Planning House are very pleased to announce that we have secured planning permission via an allowed appeal for up to 3 dwellings on land outside of Esh Winning.… More >>
What is a Section 106 Agreement?
A section 106 agreement (s106 agreement) is designed to make a development that would otherwise not be possible happen by securing mitigation measure and/or contributions from a developer; known as planning obligations. … More >>