Why Use An Architecture Team For Planning Permission?
Although there is no legal requirement that states you are obliged to use an architecture team for planning permission submission, it’s highly recommended. Our team at Tom Withers Architecture has assisted with helping hundreds of clients throughout Cheshire to have planning permission successfully approved without complication.
As we help serve the entirety of Cheshire, we have excellent relationships with the local authorities and follow a proven process to significantly increase success rate and approval. Planning permission can get complicated, but with the help of your local 5-star-rated architecture team in Cheshire, the process will run smoothly and we’ll be saving you time and money in the process. It truly is a win-win.
Moreover, by using our dedicated planning permission service, you’ll be reducing the chances of having to re-apply which can take several months. Every time you reapply, your chance of success is significantly reduced.
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Planning Permission – FAQs
Why is planning permission required for architectural projects?
Planning permission is required for architectural projects for several important reasons. Planning permission is a crucial tool for local governments and planning authorities to regulate and control land use. It ensures that land is used in a way that is consistent with the overall development plan and zoning regulations of a particular area. Moreover, it may also be required for environmental protection, building codes, and property rights.
Who is responsible for obtaining planning permission
The property owner is generally responsible for planning permission and the application process. However, when you work with Tom Withers Architecture, we can handle this for you. We operate throughout Cheshire and are knowledgeable about the local planning permission requirements. Therefore, we can assist in the preparation and submission of your application.
Is planning permission definitely required?
Whether you definitely need planning permission for your project depends on several factors, including your location, the nature of your project, and local regulations. Fortunately, when you work with Tom Withers Architecture, we’ll be able to handle this process for you. Our team will thoroughly research and follow the local regulations.
What are the chances of planning permission approval?
The chances of planning permission approval for your architectural project can vary widely based on several factors, including the nature of your project, its compliance with local regulations, and the specific circumstances in your area. Tom Withers Architecture have a high success rate with the clients we work with. This is largely due to our knowledge about local regulations, authorities and our experience with submissions.
How long does it take to obtain planning permission?
The time it takes to obtain planning permission can vary significantly depending on several factors, including the complexity of your project, the efficiency of your local planning authority, and whether any objections or complications arise during the process. However, our team will always keep you fully informed throughout the entire process from the initial application through to submission and the anticipated approval!
Can you consult with local authorities?
Yes, of course. As part of our planning permission architecture service, we consult with local authorities regarding local planning or zoning authority. They can provide guidance specific to your situation and help us to determine whether planning permission is necessary.
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