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  • Update on the Solihull Local Plan Review Preferred Options Consultation

    Nov 03 2016

    Further to our update on Solihull's Strategic Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (SHELAA) in June 2016, it is now anticipated that the Solihull Local Plan Review Preferred Options Document will be considered by Cabinet at its meeting on 10th November 2016. If approved by Cabinet, the document will go out to public consultation approximately two weeks later, together with supporting evidence, including the SHELAA and Green Belt Assessment.

  • Approval of new wedding facility at Listed Hotel

    Nov 03 2016

    We have been successful in obtaining planning permission for a wedding gazebo within the grounds of the Grade II listed Audleys Wood Hotel in Winslade, Basingstoke on behalf of our client Hand Picked Hotels Ltd.

  • Success for 6 new dwellings in Hall Green

    Nov 02 2016

    We have been successful in obtaining planning permission from Birmingham City Council for our client Kingswood Properties for the erection of 6 new dwellings on Highfield Road in Hall Green.

  • Permission for Mercedes Benz of Hull

    Nov 02 2016

    The Tyler Parkes team is delighted to have successfully obtained planning permission for the replacement of the showroom and the re-cladding of the existing building at the Mercedes Benz car dealership in Hull on behalf of our client Listers Group Ltd.

  • Dudley consults on revised CIL Regulation 123 List

    Oct 28 2016

    Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council is currently consulting on its Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulation 123 List for a 6 week period until 9th December 2016. CIL was implemented in Dudley in October 2015 and the initial Regulation 123 List was approved one month earlier in September 2015. The List sets out specific projects which may be considered for monies collected through CIL.

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