The law and practice of Town and Country Planning can be complex and confusing. Since 1947 when the Town and Country Planning Act set down a comprehensive legislative framework designed to regulate and control the development and use of land there has grown a detailed and complex range of statutes, regulations, circulars, guidance notes and case law, which form the framework for today’s Town and Country Planning regime.
The primary objective of solicitors specialising in Planning law is to help their clients achieve their aims as quickly and economically as possible. The planning process encompasses a number of diverse disciplines and our solicitors are well placed to give comprehensive advice on law and practice in this field particularly with regard to:
- Planning Applications
- Planning Objections
- Development Schemes
- Legal Agreements (Section 106 and other Agreements)
- The Local Development Plan & Planning Policies
- Planning Enforcement
- Compulsory Purchase
- Listed Building and Conservation Area applications
- Tree Preservation Orders
- We also work with and can recommend other professionals where other specialist input may be needed.
For further information please contact:
Bedford: Harshinder Hundal