Planning Services

  • New houses – Single storey, two storey, storey and a half.
  • Extensions to house – Single storey, two storey, storey and a half.
  • Renovations – Houses, offices, retail units, factories.
  • Offices – Office blocks, three storey, two storey and single storey, hairdressers, betting shops,
  • Retail units – Londis, Mace and Spar units, small retail units,
  • Food outlets – Restaurants, coffee shops, take aways,
  • Off Licences – Detached units, attached to public houses and in supermarkets and petrol stations.
  • Public houses – Two storey units
  • Educational – Extension to primary schools, crèches, Montessori and play schools
  • Housing schemes – Schemes from 6 up to 60 houses.
  • Apartment blocks – Schemes from 4 up to 20 units.
  • Industrial units – New build, renovations and extensions to small and large industrial units.
  • Agricultural buildings – Slatted units, grain stores, machinery stores, haybarns, silage bases, horse stables, horse jumping arenas, mushroom tunnels.
  • Wind turbines – 12 metres to 18 metres in height.


I have extensive experience in seeking planning permission for all types of buildings, structures and uses as can be evidenced from the portfolio and testimonials above. Planning permission is required for most developments but there some which are exempted from requiring planning permission provided certain conditions are met. The grant of planning permission of itself does not mean a person can proceed with works. Other issues to be considered before starting are building regulations compliance, planning condition compliance as well as licences and permits to carry out the works. Good communication and organisation is required to ensure a project runs smoothly, within budget and on time.