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Planning Lawyers

Working with both corporate and private clients, our expert planning lawyers provide a 24/7 service to cater to your legal matters promptly and efficiently.

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How Our Planning Lawyers Can Help:

Our experienced planning lawyers can support with:

  • Enforcement issues, criminal or civil proceedings, including appeals.
  • Responding to and challenging enforcement notices
  • Advice and representations on planning applications, appeals and enforcements
  • Advice and representations on stop notices, breach of conditions notices
  • Planning statutory challenges and judicial review
  • Section 215 notices under the Town and Country Planning Act
  • Compulsory purchase orders (negotiate settlements and objections)

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Time is critical; it is important to act now!

Local authorities can issue Enforcement Notices for breaches of planning law. Businesses will only have 28 days to respond to an Enforcement Notice.

Thus, if issued with an enforcement notice it is important to seek legal advice immediately from our planning solicitors so that we can attempt to avoid you or your business facing criminal proceedings for failing to respond or comply with the enforcement notice.

Our Planning Lawyers Typically Work With:

Commercial and residential property developers

Builders and householders

Small businesses in all sectors

Our Planning Lawyers Take A Personal Approach

Our approach to planning law is to provide you with a commercially aware and efficient advisory and representation service to assist in achieving your goals. This is underpinned by:

  • A 24/7 service to get through to us to respond to out-off-office hours emergencies
  • Specialist and approachable solicitors and barristers in multi-disciplinary fields
  • Clear and market-leading hourly and fixed-fee legal fees
  • Offices and presence 100 locations, 53 cities and 30 countries
  • Meetings and conferences offered at your business premises

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Frequently Asked Questions

"Adam Libah represented my events venue and other businesses when facing civil and criminal proceedings that included alleged planning breaches followed by local authority planned closure and landlord terminating threatening to lease. Adam successfully challenged the alleged breaches in local authority committee hearings and tribunals. then subsequently defending civil claims by the landlord at Court. As a result of his work, I saved hundreds of thousands of pounds in potential loss of revenue. My business has gone from strength to strength since."

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