PV Bitesize: Your New PD Rights

September 10, 2020By Lyn JonesAdventures in Planning, Permitted Development Rights, Update

Well, it’s certainly been a roller coaster few weeks in the planning-sphere, culminating in Johnson and Jenrick finally releasing their white paper vision for a new national zoning system. Largely ditching local plans in favour of graded areas of protection, renewal, and growth and riding roughshod over the democratic consultation process, the document also contains … Read More

Your Heritage Asset: Significant Or Not?

May 1, 2020By Lyn JonesAdventures in Planning, Heritage, Rural, Update

To our privilege, an increasing share of our work involves a heritage element – we frequently deal with applications for Conservation Areas and listed buildings, often in constrained urban settings. These make for challenging but rewarding projects. Jules sits on Bristol’s Conservation Advisory Panel so is already pretty au-fait with heritage principles, but as per … Read More

Our Celebration of 5

January 2, 2019By Lyn JonesAdventures in Planning, Update

Happy New Year! We hope your festive season was everything you wanted it to be and you’re feeling suitably braced for whatever 2019 has in store. As we kick-off into January, we’re looking forward to celebrating Planning Ventures 5th birthday this year with a whoop. We set up in 2014 with plenty of enthusiasm but … Read More

Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations – Change is Afoot…..

April 28, 2017By Lyn JonesAdventures in Planning, Applications, Consultation, Heritage, Update

As we head full on into Spring, we’ve been keeping an eye on various changes within the industry that will impact on some of the larger and more environmentally sensitive projects which we deal with over the coming months. One such development is the amended Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) regulations that have been in transition … Read More