On behalf of the client, our team for the second time have obtained approval for extension to Hawthorn Hall, Wilmslow. The applications represent a revision to the planning permission and listed building consent which was granted in March 2018.
NJL and students from the University of Washington recently collaborated on a research project linked to the hotel industries in Manchester and Leeds. This blog seeks to summarise some of the findings and examine the growing industries, particularly in relation to Manchester.
Published alongside the Autumn Budget late last month, the findings of Sir Oliver Letwin’s review into the root causes of England’s low ‘build out’ rates have been eagerly awaited by the planning and development industry.
The review, announced by last year’s autumn budget, has identified what Sir Oliver considers to be the main roadblocks to faster housing delivery, and suggests a number of changes should be made to the way in which the large house builders, planning profession and wider process of land valuation operate.
According to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) 2018, development in the Green Belt is inappropriate except in very special circumstances (paragraph 143).
Very special circumstances will not exist unless the potential harm to the Green Belt, and any other harm, is clearly outweighed by other considerations.
On behalf of Roundhouse Properties 368 Ltd, our team have obtained approval of reserved matters for a new retail park at Cuerden Way, Bamber Bridge in South Ribble.
In the last of our three part series, Bloor Homes Planning Director, Mark Waite is in conversation with Peel Chief Exec of Housebuilding, Phil Wilson. In the 4 minute video they discuss the challenges within housing delivery and attracting new entrants into the housing market.