Change of Use Planning Permission
Planning permission for a change of use is achieved by making a request to your local authority to have your land or building transferred from one Use Class to another. This usually requires a planning application but can also sometimes be achieved through permitted development rights. It is sometimes the case that an application for Change of Use is refused by your local planning authority.
In these cases, the support of Bell Cornwell in filing an appeal against a refusal is critical. Our specialists have years of experience in the laws and rulings of your local authority and are able to shape your case to significantly improve your chances of a favourable outcome.
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Planning appeals against a refusal of planning permission for a change of can be complicated matters. It is often difficult to succeed with making a successful planning application, the added complexity of making a case for an appeal against a refusal of permission to transfer your land or building to a different Use Class category means preparing a successful case is challenging.
Bell Cornwell provides a worthy and reliable service in this case. A consultant from one of our several offices will help you understand your position more clearly and will assist you in shaping the final wording of your appeal in a way that will be well received by the Planning Inspectorate.
In this way, we help property and business owners with legitimate needs succeed in their appeals. Our support provides a proven increase in the likelihood of your success when filing an appeal against a refusal of planning permission for a change of use and helps reduce the stress and uncertainty commonly felt throughout the process.
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