In our latest planning and development Q&A, Lydia Harper looks at the potential growth of the retirement living sector and the opportunities that exist for landowners and developers.
Paul Walton, director of PWA Planning, explains the five year housing land supply principle and why it could be crucial for your development.
If you’ve watched a council planning committee in action recently, or read a news report about a planning decision, you may have come across the term ‘five year housing land supply’.
PWA Planning has submitted planning applications for two new affordable homes developments in Lancashire on behalf of Mulbury.
We acted as planning consultant to Mulbury for a development of 51 new homes off Dunrobin Drive at Euxton, near Chorley, and a scheme of 23 new homes in Barrow, near Clitheroe.
Community Gateway Association has been granted planning permission to build up to 140 new homes on an 8.7-hectare site in Goosnargh, Lancashire.
PWA Planning has advised Community Gateway Association and the landowner on the planning application for the development, 45 per cent of which will be affordable homes.
Louise Leyland, associate at PWA Planning, looks at the issue of energy storage planning and how the sector might develop in 2019.
After a series of false dawns, 2018 was the year where the energy storage sector in the UK finally started to move up through the gears.
PWA Planning has helped forecourt services operator EG Group gain planning approval for a new site close to a Shropshire business park.
EG Group has received permission to create a petrol filling station, retail kiosk and drive through coffee shop development on a three-hectare site at Thieves Lane, Shrewsbury Business Park.
PWA Planning is pleased to welcome two new members to the team.
We’ve recruited Matthew Wyatt as a senior planner and Joe Davis as a graduate planner.
PWA Planning has helped forecourt services operator EG Group gain planning approval for two new sites in the North West.
EG Group has received permission to create petrol filling station, retail and drive through café developments in Burnley, Lancashire, and Ince Blundell, near Formby.
In our latest Q&A on the North West land and property market, director Paul Walton examines what are the Lancashire’s current and future residential hotposts.
Paul Walton, a director at North West planning consultants PWA Planning, answers some frequently asked questions on what is means when a local authority undertakes a call for sites exercise.
Local authorities are required by central government to identify future supply of land that’s “suitable, available and achievable” for use for housing or other economic development purposes.