Our planning law solicitors accept clients in every part
of England and Wales
Our planning solicitors include lawyers with a background in local government, usually with in-house planning experience, as well as having a business background. We always make sure our fees are comparable with any good planning law specialist.
We act for all types of client, from blue chip companies, to small owner run businesses. We operate nationally and we have planning solicitors in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Salford and London’s Fleet Street.
Our Planning solicitors can advise on all types of planning related issues. We offer fixed price legal advice for Planning Application Section 106 Agreements, Planning Appeals and High Court Challenges.
We can guide both planning consultants and clients through the complexities of planning policy so that your application can showcase the planning gain that will result from your application. Read more about planning applications.
Objecting to a planning applications
Unless the reasons to dismiss an application can be properly framed within existing planning policy rules, councillors will not be able to dismiss it. Our skillful and experienced lawyers can provide the representations to enable the authority to act in the interests of the local residents. Read more about objecting to a planning application.
Section 106 agreements
Our planning solicitors are highly experienced in the drafting and negotiation of section 106 agreements. We advise clients on whether it is appropriate for them to enter into section 106 agreements, what their responsibilities will then be under the agreement, and whether or not the obligations required by the local authority are reasonable. Read more about Section 106 agreements.
We advise on the prospects of success on planning appeals and we usually lead on the planning appeal. Our solicitors have been involved in a wide range of planning appeals, from wind farm planning inquiries and housing developments to change of use appeals for large and small commercial premises. Read more about planning appeals.