Category Archives: Planning

Topics relating to planning issues for Log cabins as houses and use as garden buildings, granny annexes and home offices.

Services related to planning

On this page, we will list companies and details related to planning consent, dealing with miscellaneous items, such as ecology of an area, protected trees etc. As we fill this page, we may split it down into service areas, but for now, please see below. If you are planning consultant or looking for one, please see our planning consultants directory (consultants can be added free of charge). If you wish to be listed here or on the directory, please contact us. Continue reading

Planning consultants UK directory

This is just a quick post to make you aware of our planning consultants’ directory. We started this directory in order to help our clients get the best possible outcome from their planning applications. In our opinion, we would never go for a planning application, or even application where permitted development was not clear, without a consultant on board, if it were for a new build or similar. Continue reading

Permitted Development

Before we start, here is a massive disclaimer.  We have written this article as a guide only. We are not planning consultants and we are not responsible for whether or not you are allowed to build in your garden and the information below is we hope a useful starting point. You MUST get an official okay from your council to be sure. Continue reading

Planning consultants Cambridgeshire

Many of our customers have planning issues that they need to address, for adding granny annexes, building houses on their land etc.  For this reason, we are constructing a planning consultants directory, listing consultants throughout the UK. To this end, we are also writing blog articles on planning consultant fees, permitted development for outbuildingsetc., and continue to suppliment this with other articles on various counties and planning issues.  Continue reading

Planning consultants Hertfordshire

Here is the second in our range of articles to do specifically with listing planning consultants in and around the UK. Previously, we dealt with planning consultants in London and how to choose them.  We have also dealt with planning consultant fees, outlining why you might consider the fees for a consultant worthwhile,  and permitted development for outbuildings, which gives some details and useful links on the subject. Continue reading