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  • 17 Jun
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    Residential Development at Weir Road, Norwood

    On behalf of Cashco UK Ltd, NJL Consulting have submitted a full planning application to Lambeth Council, for the redevelopment of a brownfield site to provide 8 dwellings. The site is currently occupied by a cash and carry and associated storage buildings and parking areas. The cash and carry business is in the process of relocating a larger, more suitable site within Lambeth in the near future, which NJL are also advising on.

     

  • 14 Oct
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    New Submission - St. Augustine's School, Oldham - Galliford Try

    NJL have submitted a detailed planning application for the redevelopment of a former school site in Oldham to provide 54 new residential dwellings.  On behalf of our clients Linden Homes, which is Galliford Try's residential arm, the proposed development will provide much needed 3 and 4 bed family homes at a vacant brownfield site around one mile south of Oldham Town Centre.

    NJL coordinated a consultation exercise in which members of the public were invited to comment on the proposed scheme, reviewed all technical reports and drafted a Planning Statement to support the planning application.  The monitoring of the application through to determination will also be undertaken by NJL.

  • 17 Aug
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    Planning Success in Birmingham for Unite the Union

    NJL Consulting has gained planning consent for Unite the Union for its new National Education and Conference Centre in Birmingham.

    The detailed planning application encompassed a conference centre, a 170-bed hotel and regional headquarters for Unite the Union.

  • 20 Mar
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    NJL Submits Major City Centre Scheme for Unite the Union

    NJL Consulting are pleased to announced that they have submitted a Detailed Planning Application on behalf of Unite the Union Limited for a National Education and Conference Centre, with 170 bed Hotel and Regional Office for Unite the Union.  The scheme will contribute to the redevelopment of Birmingham Science Park Aston, which sits within the Eastside regeneration zone of Birmingham City Centre.  The Design Team have been involved in developing the scheme since 2012, with Consarc leading on the design of the integrated building. Birmingham City Council have been a partner in the scheme, inputting into the design iteration from the outset.

    We look forward to continuing to work with Birmingham City Council and the full project team throughout the planning process with the aim of a successful outcome. 

  • 17 Mar
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    £1 Billion Plans for Trafford Waters Unveiled by Peel

    NJL Consulting is delighted to announce that we are working with Peel Investments (North) Limited to submit an outline planning application for Trafford Waters.  Trafford Waters will be a high-rise development of 3,000 apartments and 875,000 sq.ft of commercial space, along with a ‘green bridge’ link to the intu Trafford Centre and high quality public open space that maximises the potential of its waterfront location.  It represents a £1billion investment and will generate 5,000 new jobs. 

    Public information days for the proposals are being held on 19th and 21st of March and at the Venus building adjacent to the site and the intu Trafford Centre and NJL Consulting will be in attendance to explain the proposals to interested parties.

  • 12 Jan
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    Bringing the ‘North Light’ to Brierfield

    NJL Consulting submitted a full planning and Listed Building Consent application behalf of Pearl Brierfield Mill Limited, a joint venture between Pendle Borough Council and Barnfield Investment Properties Limited, for a landmark development called ‘North Light’ in Brierfield in Lancashire.  The application site comprises the Brierfield Mills complex which are Grade II Listed Buildings in a Conservation Area that are on English Heritage’s Heritage at Risk Register.  They are in a prominent position, visible from the M65 motorway and have laid vacant since 2006. 

    The proposals will bring this important local heritage asset back into use for a hotel (Use Class C1) and leisure unit (Use Class D2).   The proposed hotel will be a high quality spa hotel that utilises the character of the Listed Buildings.  The leisure unit will comprise a multipurpose leisure facility that will include a climbing wall and other active leisure pursuits. 


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