Bishop & Sewell

Land and property are often the greatest assets of any business. Maximising potential, while minimising any liability and retaining flexibility, is key. Being aware of changes in planning law is essential in order to achieve this.

We have experience of the complexities and issues that sometimes arise from the proposed development of land.

We often advise on the potential for alternative uses and development of sites, and on the reuse of redundant or underused facilities, as well as extension or change of use of property.

Our expertise extends to interpretation of permissions, and advice on the construction scope effect and life of planning permission, and in conjunction with our litigation colleagues, challenges to the issue of permission by way of statutory or judicial review.

Planning Solicitors