Town and Country Planning Act disputes can arise for many reasons but if your business interests and ambitions have been affected by this type of situation, the experienced commercial property litigation solicitors at George Ide can help with legal advice and representation in a wide variety of circumstances.
Procedure for the granting of planning permission through a local authority is governed by the Act and where major developments or contentious sites are concerned a property owner or potential developer may well require assistance from a range of professional advisers, including lawyers, to achieve his or her aims.
Thorough research prior to submitting an application may prevent it from being refused but if it is and an appeal is made, George Ide’s solicitors can act on behalf of applicants in inquiries, both written and public hearings.
Change of use and certificate of lawfulness applications can be made for clients to ensure businesses are operating within correct planning laws. Advice is offered on Section 106 agreements and their implementation.
If the local authority planning officers believe conditions of a planning permission have not been met, they may seek to have an enforcement order made which can be challenged by our property litigation experts.
The Town and Country Planning Act covers a variety of other matters which can affect the smooth running of a business such as tree preservation orders, advertisement and signage regulations, listed building consent, and operations in a conservation area.
With their experience and local knowledge of West Sussex, Hampshire and the south-east of England, the property law team at George ide are well placed to offer a comprehensive and effective service in negotiation and representation to help solve Town and Country Planning Act disputes in a timely manner.
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