The client and a number of fellow local residents instructed Kate Jardine to assist them in formulating an argument against the progression of a series of block built high end apartments in a relatively quiet area on the edge of a rural town. The proposed site was on the edge of a conservation area and already suffering with traffic congestion coming into the town, as well as the potential for significant overlooking and overbearing for the existing residents as a result of the proposed development.
Kate Jardine recently advised on the correct planning use of a former hotel in anticipation of our client’s purchase.
We assisted the client on a contentious planning enforcement matter. The client was wrongly accused of submitting misleading information to the local authority in its planning application.
Our client had obtained prior approval for a Class Q conversion (under the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015) for use of their property from an agricultural barn to a residential dwelling.
The clients, owners of a former warehouse in central London, now used as an open plan stylish, converted apartment, required formal regularisation of a historic planning condition imposed over 20 years ago providing for a live/work use of the apartment.
The client was issued with two enforcement notices relating to a parcel of land to the side of a motorway. The land had been trespassed upon, with caravans and hard standing left on site without the authority of the client. On behalf of the client, two appeals were submitted against the notices.
Section 106 agreement finalised in advance of appeal – new affordable homes and contributions towards essential infrastructure
The developer client sought Kate Jardine’s advice and assistance with the production and negotiation of a section 106 agreement, dealing with the provision of financial contributions and a percentage of affordable units on a site for twenty one new dwellings in a sought after location. An appeal had been lodged against the refusal of permission.
Kate Jardine recently advised and assisted on the negotiation of a section 106 deed relating to the provision of a Car Club Scheme within a new development in an edge of town location. The agreement was required to support the client’s application to amend the original development.
Kate Jardine recently advised and negotiated a section 106 planning agreement in relation to a development site to provide twenty one affordable housing units.