Newsletter | June 2015 – How to profit from planning permission

Newsletter | June 2015 – How to profit from planning permission

HAVING TROUBLE READING THIS? VIEW IT IN YOUR BROWSER. HOW TO PROFIT FROM PLANNING PERMISSION Planning permission can increase the value of your property by up to 50%. Don’t believe us? These case studies illustrate just how much you can earn by securing planning permission on your site and then sell at a premium. CASE 1 : CAR REPAIR GARAGE - NORTH LONDON DAP secured a valuable planning permission for a mixed use development consisting of 8 residential units and 2 office units at ground floor level. The approved scheme involves demolition of the…Read more
Housing Associations in Urgent Need of Property

Housing Associations in Urgent Need of Property

HAVING TROUBLE READING THIS? VIEW IT IN YOUR BROWSER.     Housing Associations in Urgent Need of Property   Housing Associations forced to pay above market rate Demand for affordable housing continues to rise Housing Associations taking greater risks Opportunity for Landowners At a time when there is record demand for affordable homes, Housing Associations (HA’s) are increasingly turning to private landowners to acquire sites for redevelopment, often paying above market value for the privilege. The shortage of sites suitable for affordable housing is particularly prevalent in inner city areas such as London where…Read more
Newsletter | May 2015 – Another residential scheme by DAP approved in Harrow

Newsletter | May 2015 – Another residential scheme by DAP approved in Harrow

HAVING TROUBLE READING THIS? VIEW IT IN YOUR BROWSER.       Another residential scheme by DAP approved in Harrow     DAP are delighted to announce that yet again we have assisted in securing planning consent for 4 units and alteration to the existing pub unit at ground floor (Use Class A4). This project was welcomed by Harrow Council after an extensive pre-planning application process, that may have involved a few planning applications. This was an exciting project involving a thriving local pub which acts as a community focal point to those residents in…Read more
Newsletter | April 2015

Newsletter | April 2015

Top five reasons of refusal that we can overturn This month the team at DAP look at the most popular reasons for refusal on a planning application. We are often contacted by customers that have been refused planning involving one or more of the following reasons for refusal:  Read more
Planning Appraisals

Planning Appraisals

Drawing And Planning works in giving planning appraisals to help identify the improvement capability of your site. We utilize our expert experience to assist furnish you with an acceptable and precise picture which is straightforward. Professional Feedback We summarise our exploration into a far reaching report which subtle elements your sites planning history, its natural imperatives and its planning setting as for site assignments and applicable planning arrangement. We additionally give hearty conclusions and proposals and will tell you the shots of achievement. In addition to this, we will recognize any related supporting reports which may be needed as…Read more
Planning enforcement – overview

Planning enforcement – overview

What is a breach of planning control? A breach of planning control is characterized in area 171A of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 as: the doing of improvement without the obliged arranging authorization; or neglecting to consent to any condition or restriction subject to which arranging authorization has been conceded. Any repudiation of the restrictions on, or conditions having a place with, allowed improvement rights, under the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995, constitutes a rupture of arranging control against which implementation move may be made. Who can…Read more
Use Class Sui Generis

Use Class Sui Generis

The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as changed) puts employments of area and structures into different classifications known as ‘Use Classes‘.                 Developments may not be used for purposes that are not within the use class for which they received planning permission. Changing the use of a development from one class to another may require planning permission, although changes of use may be permitted without the need for a planning application for certain allowable uses (for example changing a restaurant into a shop…Read more
Use Class D2 Assembly and Leisure

Use Class D2 Assembly and Leisure

The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as changed) puts employments of area and structures into different classifications known as ‘Use Classes‘.                 Use Class D2 Assembly and Leisure Class D2. Get together and relaxation :— A Film hall A show lobby A bingo lobby or club A dance hall A swimming shower, skating arena, exercise room or region for other indoor or outside games or entertainments, not including mechanized vehicles or gun Call Drawing and Planning today on 0208 202 3665 for C3…Read more
Use Class D1 Non Residential Institutions

Use Class D1 Non Residential Institutions

The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as changed) puts employments of area and structures into different classifications known as ‘Use Classes‘.                 Use Class D1 Non Residential Institutions Any utilization excluding a residential use :— For the procurement of any restorative or wellbeing administrations aside from the utilization of premises connected to the living arrangement of the expert or practioner As a crêche, day nursery or day focus For the procurement of instruction For the presentation of gems (overall than available to be…Read more
Use Class C3 Dwellings, Houses, Flats, Apartments

Use Class C3 Dwellings, Houses, Flats, Apartments

The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 (as changed) puts employments of area and structures into different classifications known as ‘Use Classes‘.                 Use Class C3 Dwellings, Houses, Flats, Apartments Use as a dwellinghouse (whether or not as a sole or main residence) :— By a solitary individual or by individuals living respectively as a family, or By not more than 6 inhabitants living respectively as a solitary family (counting a family unit where nurture occupants). Call Drawing and Planning today on 0208 202…Read more