Your planning project is a deeply personal thing, and having to make alterations to that project can even feel painful. On the other hand, it could be necessary to make a couple of alterations to a project in order to get anything finished at all. How do you avoid having to compromise with the council? Alternatively, how can you make sure as much of your project succeeds as possible, make the best of a difficult situation, or even turn a problem into an opportunity? Kingsley Smith Solicitors can answer your questions.
Whether you need planning permission for your planning project, or you've already got planning permission and you are slightly unsure about the next steps, we can help. We have expertise in many areas of planning law, with particular expertise in areas around trees and tree preservation. We can therefore be there for you throughout the planning application process and beyond, advising on the particular quirks and pitfalls of planning law while keeping your enthusiasms, hopes and goals as our number one priority.
Some of the areas we excel at include helping to resolve boundary disputes, dealing with issues around conservation and listed buildings, and mitigating or explaining the alarming notices and demands your local planning authority may send out.
Can We Help You?
For more information, please call us on 01634 811 118, complete our online enquiry form, or email our planning law UK expert Nicholas Kingsley-Smith. Alternatively, you can browse the links on the right for a more in-depth approach to the many planning law topics we cover.
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