If you are facing planning issues relating to your business, it's worth considering using a planning law firm for practical planning law advice that will allow you to move forward. Our supportive planning lawyers will listen to your needs and give you practical, proactive advice on how you can use planning law to help you achieve them.
Planning Law For Developers, Businesses & Landlords
Kingsley Smith planning lawyers have experience in a huge range of planning issues that relate specifically to developers, businesses and landlords. Listed below are common issues that you may need help with. If your issue is not listed, please get in touch via our enquiry form or call our team on 01634 811118
- Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs)
- Development Planning : Helping you to plan your project at any stage, including Development Plan Representations and Development Potential and Site Appraisals.
- Planning Obligations : Helping you to understand your obligations when persuing a planning project including Section 106 agreements and the Community Infrastructure Levy
- Shisha Lounge Planning: Applications and appeals around opening a Shisha Lounge
Landowners and Developers
In a development plan led system, it is critical for any landowner and developer to ensure that opportunities to influence the development plan are fully explored and seized upon for your commercial advantage.
We use our many years planning law experience to provide our clients with the best prospects of influencing the development plan. We would be delighted to appraise you of potential development opportunities. The work that we undertake for clients can result in very substantial improvements to their asset base.
We are experienced in acting for pressure groups. Local Plan Reviews and influencing LDFs are certainly under-exploited areas for pressure groups to consider carefully. We would be pleased to appraise the circumstances and prospects for a pressure group to influence any given case.
If you’re involved in purchasing, selling or leasing commercial property or land, either as an owner, occupier, investor or developer, you must make sure you are properly advised. Poorly drafted contracts or a delay in the process can cost your business dearly. We will take the time to work to understand your objectives and provide a plan tailored to your needs.
Our Commercial Property Service For You
Through building a close individual working relationship with our clients, each member of the Commercial Property Team aims to understand your business and your ambitions for it. By recognising these key objectives we ensure that we provide balanced, clear commercial advice and a truly personal service.
Our team of lawyers, working with other property professionals, such as your estate agent and Local Authorities, can manage any size of project. We appoint a single key contact from within the team, to ensure a regular flow of updates, advice and information during the transaction.
Our lawyers have a wide range of property experience including :-
- Auction sales and purchases
- Business tenancies and leases
- Buying and selling land
- Collateral warranties
- Compulsory land purchase
- Corporate property finance
- Disputes and property litigation
- Easements and wayleaves
- Estate development & plot sales
- Estate management
- Mineral leases
- Planning law
- Property development
- Renewing and terminating a lease
- Sale and leaseback
- Sales and purchases
- Secured lending
The types of properties we regularly deal with can include shops and offices to barn conversions, industrial units, commercial trading estates, retail and leisure developments and large residential estates.
We take a practical and commercial approach aimed at helping you complete your property deals quickly, with confidence, and with value for money.
Can We Help You?
We have a great depth and breadth of experience in planning law, covering key issues for property developers, businesses and landlords.
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