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.
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Something which is not going to help those ‘January Blues’ is the confirmation just before Christmas that planning application fees are due increase by 20% on 17th January. This fee increase was made into law on 20th December 2017 and will come into force in less than 2 weeks.
The fee increase applies to all planning applications, and any applications which are not validated by the 17th January will also be subject to the fee increase.
In the past month NJL Consulting has secured reserved matters planning permission for over 400 new dwellings across the North West. Sites in Thornton, Hesketh Bank and Preston will now be brought forward by our clients, Persimmon Homes, Wainhomes and Pillars Construction with work due to start on the sites soon.
Outline planning permission has been granted for up to 17 new homes, access arrangements and public open space at Hesketh Lane, Tarleton.
Working on behalf of the Lilford Estate, NJL coordinated a public consultation, prepared a Planning Statement and Design and Access Statement in-house. reviewed the remaining technical documentation and submitted the planning application to the Council.
NJL recently gained planning consent for a new Costa drive through restaurant in Clough Road Retail Park Hull on behalf of New River Retail. The consent follows another success at the retail park for the amalgamation of two of the retail units, relaxation of goods restrictions and creation of an outdoor tent display area to facilitate occupation by GO Outdoors.
Working with New River for the past 11 months at Clough Road NJL have overcome issues including flood risk, the retail tests of sequential site location and impact to help with the rejuvenation of the retail park.
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.