On behalf of our clients B.A.K Engineering, NJL Consulting have submitted an outline planning application for up to 15 new homes at Sandy Lane, Dukinfield. NJL coordinated the planning application, preparing a Design and Access Statement and Planning Statement in-house, along with instructing and reviewing all external technical reports, assembling and submitting the planning application to Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council.
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NJL Consulting have submitted another planning application on behalf of Westby Homes, this time for 29 houses and 9 apartments at the site of the Rhinewood Country House Hotel in Glazebrook. The proposals include 11 affordable houses and an area of public open space, in line with planning policy, and are sensitively designed to reflect the character of the local area.
NJL prepared a Planning Statement, Design and Access Statement and Sustainability Statement in support of the planning application. As the site is located within the Green Belt the key planning argument was a demonstration that the scheme wouldn’t have a greater impact on the function and openness of the Green Belt than the existing buildings.
NJL Consulting have submitted a planning application on behalf of Westby Homes for 33 apartments at the site of the Parkwater Hotel, St. Annes.
The granting of residential planning permission on employment sites can present an excellent opportunity to increase land values and make higher returns on investments. In this blog we take a look at how this can be achieved and offer advice for those looking to profit.
NJL Consulting have submitted a full planning application to Wigan Council, on behalf of CityHeart Ltd, for the development of a convenience foodstore at Mesnes Road, Wigan.
The site is brownfield and previously contained a petrol filling station which was demolished in July 2008. The site is now vacant and is in poor condition, breaking up the building line and attracting fly tipping. The proposed development will enable the site to be brought back into productive economic use while complementing the existing retail offer within the Swinley Local Centre.
Full planning permission has been secured for the 56,000 sqft extension of the Recticel Insulation industrial warehouse, along with internal works, at Meir Park, Stoke-on-Trent. NJL Consulting acted as lead planning consultants in assembling and submitting the detailed planning application to Stoke-on-Trent City Council on behalf of our clients, Henry Boot Developments Ltd.
Recticel Insulation have been operating from the industrial unit since its erection in 2008 and employ 60 members of staff. The planning application represents an opportunity for the business to continue to grow and invest in the local area while also creating five new FTE jobs at the site, which will in turn benefit the local economy.