Planning application

It’s at the heart of what we do

Preparing considered and effective planning applications is at the heart of what we do.

There are various application strategies we can adopt, but choosing the right application strategy mostly comes down to exactly what kind of structure you want to build in your garden – and what you want to use the building for.

Initial development appraisal

Every project we undertake commences with an initial development appraisal. Within a few hours of research, we are in a position to advise you on what type of application may be most beneficial to your project – taking into consideration site context and planning history, local and national policies, relevant legislation, case law and precedents.

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We can also act on your behalf to complete all necessary documentation and apply for any available community infrastructure levy. Our meticulous and considered preparation of all such documents is vital, since even the smallest error can result in a refusal.

And you can rely on us to offer expert advice on all aspects such as community infrastructure levy (CIL) and advice on third party requirements such as Ecology, Drainage, Arboriculture, and recommend and partner third party consultants.

Of course we must also be adept at engaging and negotiating effectively with the Local Planning Authority. With direct experience of submitting over 500 planning proposals to more than 250 LEAs, that’s something you can take as read.

Projects

Annexe| Garage| Planning Permission
Annexe| Caravan Act| Certificate of Lawfulness| Mobile Homes| Planning Permission
Certificate of Lawfulness| Mobile Homes
Annexe| Certificate of Lawfulness

Annexe

Annexes are now a popular addition to many family homes to provide additional accommodation.

Mobile Home


NAPC provide a service to help you establish whether your mobile home meets the definition of a caravan and can apply for a Certificate of Lawfulness

Garden Room


Looking to install a garden room at your property? Unsure about planning permission or building regulations for garden rooms?

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