Discharge of Conditions
We can act as your representative to discharge any planning conditions related to your development.
If you have been granted planning permission, you may have to discharge certain planning conditions before building work can start or your development can be completed. This process can be very complex and it can often lead to delays if not carried out in line with the council’s strict requirements.
Advising you every step of the way
At Charter House Planning, we have experience in managing the discharge of very complex planning conditions on both large- and small-scale developments. We can co-ordinate the work, bringing in external specialists, if required, and putting together the relevant high-quality documentation for your Local Planning Authority.
We will ensure that this work is carried out quickly and cost effectively so that the building work gets underway without delay.
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