residential development

All local authorities have its own set of requirements which it has developed to suit the requirement of its local area. A application that is accepted in one area may be refused in another. 

Your application for residential development will be more accepted if you can show that it is in line with both the national framework and your local authority’s stance. You will be required to submit the plans of the development and site you are proposing, along with any supporting documentation, a completed form, and the correct fee.  Supporting documents can consist of a design and access statement, location plan, site plan, ownership certificate, an agricultural holdings certificate (whether or not the site has an agricultural holding on it), and a design and access statement if the authority requires it. 

If you require any assistance or advice with the process of obtaining planning permission for residential development, please get in contact. We have many years of experience in how the planning process works and can offer you guidance as to what will be most suitable for your development.