Securing planning permission on agricultural land can be extremely difficult, whether that is for an extension, a single dwelling or a large scale development. Recently, however, the government has consulted on a range of new planning policies which could see it become easier to secure approval for a variety of development types.
If you have a site that you think might be suitable for a new housing development, you might consider selling to realise that value – but that might not be as simple as it sounds. In this post, we explain how you can go about it.
Proving that councils don’t have a five-year housing land supply is one of the key tools developers use to secure planning permission. A recent Appeal Court judgement might make that a more difficult task in future. This post explains why.