A Local Development Framework is the group of documents that outlines how planning will be managed in an area. This Local Development Framework (LDF) approach was introduced by the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 and is an area in which we are able to provide extensive experience. We have been instrumental in finding one LDF “unsound”, and we are involved in a wide variety of Local Plan Reviews, LDF submissions, and public inquiries.
How We Can Help You With Your Development Plan Representations
Whether we act for parish councils, residents’ associations, or particular pressure groups, we are experienced in making representations and submissions in respect of Local Plan Reviews and influencing frameworks. It is our task to use our experience to ensure that you are fully aware of all of your options. Find out more about Option Agreements.
We do not act for any planning authority, nor would we ever do so. We will act for any client that wishes to challenge Development Plans in the Local Development Framework and feel that this is certainly an under exploited area for pressure groups to carefully consider. We would be pleased to appraise the circumstances in any given case. Find out more about Development Planning.
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