Holmes & Hills planning law solicitors have been listed by Chambers and Partners UK as one of the top five solicitors in East Anglia for planning law.
Holmes & Hills planning law solicitors have achieved recognition as one of the leading planning teams in the South East.
Holmes & Hills Solicitors annual Planning Law Updates have received a record number of bookings in their tenth year.
Taking on a new premise, or land, is often a risk. In this article, planning lawyer Michael Harman discusses the steps taken by the planning team to ensure a landowner can make an appropriate assessment as to whether (or not) to proceed with the transaction.
Do you need to keep up to date with changes in Planning Law? This autumn, Holmes & Hills' team of specialist Planning Law solicitors will be delivering six free Planning Law Update events at venues across Essex and Suffolk.
This autumn, Homes & Hills planning law solicitors will once again be holding a number of planning seminars to discuss changes to planning legislation, recent legal developments and the implications of these for property, development and planning professionals.
In this article, planning law solicitor Michael Harman discusses the implications of Planning Inspectorate Appeal decisions, and how this can affect home improvement decisions. Spring has sprung and for some of us, thoughts turn to the garden or upcoming DIY projects (certainly I have a few to be getting on with!) here I will focus on two recent Planning Inspectorate Appeal decisions; the first concerning unauthorised development in the curtilage of a dwelling and the other concerning a change of use from a dwelling to a mixed use.
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Holmes & Hills are excited to be hosting a networking breakfast in collaboration with Lambert Chapman. At which Bank Of England Representative Alex Golledge will be giving an exclusive Off the record talk about the UK economy.