Kingsley Smith Solicitors are expert planning solicitors. Using knowledge, experience and creative thinking, we provide practical solutions to your planning problems – no matter how insurmountable they may seem.
For more information and advice on the areas of planning law we cover, please see our A-Z list of planning services.
Kingsley Smith Planning Law Specialists
Your Planning Project
Kingsley Smith Solicitors will help you to realise your planning project dream. Our team is friendly and supportive, no matter what we've got your back.
If you are looking to obtain planning permission, our solicitors will apply innovative and proactive thinking to your application to ensure it has every chance of success.
If you have already been refused planning permission, do not be discouraged. We won't encourage you to pursue your planning appeal if we think it is unlikely to succeed, but if we believe we can reformulate your case to have a reasonable chance of success we will move mountains to give your case the best chance possible.
No problem is too complicated or tricky for Kingsley Smith Solicitors.
You can count on us for guidance and advice through your whole planning project, from boundary disputes, permitted development and public access to listed buildings and conservation areas. We will not let planning regulations stand in the way of your project.
Visit the section on our website dedicated to Your Planning Project to learn more.
Objecting to Planning Applications
Are you concerned about an issue that is affecting your property or local area? Here at Kingsley Smith Solicitors, we work with you to influence planning decisions in your area. Issues include blocking applications to build in green belt areas, objecting to planning applications from neighbours as well as protecting your rights to light.
Let us take away the stress and fight your corner.
Received a notice?
Firstly, don’t panic. Our specialists have years of experience in dealing with planning orders and notices.
We will use out-of-the-box and innovative legal thinking to deal with your notice with the aim of a satisfactory outcome. At Kingsley Smith Solicitors LLP our planning lawyers have dealt with enforcement notices, planning contravention notices, tree preservation orders and breach of condition notices.
Contact us on 01634 811118 or email email@example.com and we will respond promptly.
Planning Law for Property Developers, Businesses, Landowners & Landlords
We work closely with property developers, businesses, landowners and landlords to ensure the planning aspects of your projects are looked after. This includes planning obligations such as Unilateral Undertakings, Section 106 Agreements and the Community Infrastructure Levy.
Houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) are often a source of confusion and potential planning law problems for landlords. At Kingsley Smith Solicitors we handle the legal intricacies of HMOs, removing any unforeseen obstacles you may have unnecessarily encountered.
Our planning law team is headed by Nicholas Kingsley-Smith who is an expert in Property and Planning Law and can help you with any planning issues you may have. You can call Nicholas for advice on any planning matters (no charge for initial enquiries) on 01634 811 118 or you can email Nicholas.
Planning is a tricky area of law with complex policy and legislation that is constantly evolving. Our team keep on top of these changes so we can provide the most relevant advice to get you quick, stress-free, satisfactory outcomes.
Still not sure? Read feedback from our clients here.
“I am delighted to let you know that our application was approved. We are very grateful to you for steering us down the correct course, I very much doubt that we would be in this position if we had not sought your wise counsel.”
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