L.S. Planning is based in Chester but has been involved on sites from Kirkham Lancashire in the north to Stoke on Trent in the south and Ashton Under Lyne in the East.
A selection of cases are given below. Reference numbers are given so you can check them out on the local authority website. Many enforcement cases are dealt with by negotiation and do not actually require the submission of a planning application.
Cheshire West and Chester (CWaC)
Removal of agricultural occupancy condition - won on appeal.
Erection of stable block of 4 stables and a tack room.
Removal of agricultural occupancy condition from large farmhouse.
Removal of legal tie between dwelling and adjacent land use.
Cheshire East (CE)
Lawful Development Certificate that joined shipping containers were a building.
Variation of a condition to allow retail sales from an industrial unit.
Cover to outdoor riding area and site office.
Outline planning permission for 7 dwellings in the town of Malpas - won on appeal.
Outline planning permission for 8 dwellings in small village.
Proof that a granny annex was a separate building to the main dwelling and not tied to it.
Two holiday lets in redundant agricultural building previously used as industrial units.
Conversion of ancillary building into a separate dwelling.
Letter from client “Your professional management and organising skills also your commitment and determination was really appreciated.”
I do try that bit harder on your behalf. We are both part of the same team