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Town and country planning

Properly submitted planning application is not only the key to approval and finished project but also vital to avoid any penalties and further problems.

Why do I need planning application for my business?

With all building work, the owner of the property (or land) in question is ultimately responsible for complying with the relevant planning rules and building regulations (regardless of the need to apply for planning permission and/or building regulations approval or not).

What could happen if my business will not comply or do it improperly?

Failure to comply with the relevant rules will result in the owner being liable for any remedial action (which could go as far as demolition and/or restoration). The general advice is to always discuss your proposals with the relevant Local Planning Authority and Building Control Service as well as solicitors before starting work.

Our highly experienced team will help you in all above cases, leaving your mind focused on what’s most important – your business.

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