Planning Law for Community Action Groups

If a third party, a group or community faces threat from a proposed development or a recent grant of planning permission there are a number of ways you can seek to defend your interest. This inevitably involves navigating the complex Planning Law system. It is important in these situations that you seek practical and cost effective Planning Law advice as early in the process as possible.

Holmes & Hills Planning Law solicitors are recognised by the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners as being a leading source of Planning Law advice in the South East and East Anglia respectively.

Holmes & Hills Solicitors advise third parties, community action groups and Parish Councils in opposing proposed developments, and on planning law issues such as:

  • Planning applications
  • Strategic planning
  • Core strategy/DPD’s
  • Planning Obligations/ Section 106 Agreements
  • Certificates of Lawfulness
  • Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Regulations
  • Planning appeals
  • Enforcement
  • All Planning related appeals
  • Public Rights of Way
  • Common Land and Village Greens
  • Trees and Hedgerows
  • High Court Proceedings
  • Planning Injunctions

The first step to getting advice

Call the Planning & Development Team on 01206 593933 and speak with one of our specialist Planning Law solicitors. You can explain the situation you face and a solicitor will be able to tell you how we can assist and what that would involve. There is no cost for this initial call.
Or send an email
Key Contact

Michael Harman

Partner

mjh@holmes-hills.co.uk

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Jo Lilliott

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Tom McPhie

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Sarah Hare

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David Whipps

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