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Energy storage land suitability – It’s all about the grid connection

Louise Leyland, associate at PWA Planning, explains some of the common energy storage land and planning obstacles and why having a grid connection offer is the first step to success.

The government’s recent ‘net zero carbon emissions by 2050’ pledge has brought the issue of land availability for renewable energy projects into sharp focus.

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Approval for Preston’s tallest residential building Lofthaus

The team behind plans for a luxury high-rise residential development in Preston believe it will meet growing demand for a new style of living in the city.

The £26m Lofthaus development will be the city’s tallest residential building at 21 stories and its second tallest structure overall behind the Church of St Walburge.

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Full, outline or reserved matters? The different types of planning application explained

Paul Walton, director of PWA Planning, explains the different types of planning application and how these fit into the overall planning process for new development.

There are so many different types of planning applications and consents that it can all sound rather confusing for anyone who isn’t a property professional.

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PWA supports Huddersfield Town training ground redevelopment

PWA Planning has helped one of England’s most historic football clubs to gain planning permission for new state-of-the-art training facilities.

We’ve worked with the team at FWP Group to help bring forward plans for a major redevelopment of Huddersfield Town FC’s current training ground at the PPG Canalside sports complex.

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PWA secures four new housing planning approvals

PWA Planning has helped gain planning permission for four new residential developments on behalf of its clients.

We’ve secured a planning consent on behalf of Anwyl Homes Lancashire for 82 homes and landscaping improvements at Mere Grange, Leaside, St Helens. The development, on 3.5 hectares of open land, will offer a mix of three and four-bedroom properties.

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