Tag Archives: Certificate of lawfulness town planners

4 years or 10 year rules for a Certificate of Lawfulness (CLEUD)?

Are you thinking of selling or re-mortgaging, but never received planning permission?  Or are you being threatened with enforcement action for your existing development?… More >>

Planning Success – Establishing a Fallback Position

Sometimes clients need help to define a strategy going forward, planning can be a bit like chess, and the best players need to know what strategy to use to achieve their goals…

The Background…

This project focuses around a planning application to retain a short section of new boundary walling, gates and also increasing the height of an existing front boundary wall at Granby Hall, Granby, was refused by Rushcliffe Borough Council last year.… More >>

Planning Success – Northumberland Permission Lawfully Implemented

We love sharing our success stories with you. This one is a complex case, but shows how having the right person looking at your planning issue is of fundamental importance, for this client Chrissy saved the day!… More >>

Planning Success – Certificate of Lawfulness for HMO’s

Something a little different for these certificate of lawfulness applications…

We’re generally contacted about unauthorised development and the need to secure a certificate of lawful development for an existing use or development (CLEUD). … More >>