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Commercial Property Planning Permission
Obtaining planning permission for a commercial property can be a particularly complex process. However, the friendly team at Blackstone Solicitors is here to provide the assistance you need to make the experience as hassle free as possible. It is highly recommended that you seek legal assistance to help you with the sometimes arduous task of obtaining satisfactory planning permission. We’re here to make it as quick and simple as we can.
The areas we can help with
Our team is not only highly skilled, but highly passionate about getting the very best outcome for our clients. We will do everything in our power to make sure the process runs smoothly and to your satisfaction. There are many different factors to take into consideration with regard to planning permission, and we provide the assistance you need to ensure you have all bases covered. The areas we help with include:
- Planning applications
- Developing policies
- Liaising with planning authorities on your behalf
Why legal help is recommended
Given the complexity of planning permission laws, it is in your best interests to seek legal assistance to make sure everything goes as it should and there are no hiccups along the way. There are many aspects of this area of law that should only be navigated by an experienced professional with the expertise and know-how to give you the best opportunity of getting the outcome you are after.
For instance, you may require assistance with:
- Negotiating Section 106 Agreements and other planning agreements
- Overcoming judicial review challenges
- Speaking to statutory undertakers with regard to development infrastructure
Get in touch
At Blackstone Solicitors, we have a dedicated and tenacious team that is willing to go the extra mile to ensure everything goes to plan with your planning permission. Simply give us a call on 0345 901 0445 to speak to us today, or complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you. Our team serves clients not only in Manchester, Chester and Cheshire, but across the rest of the UK, including London, and abroad.