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White Peak Planning are pleased to welcome Sam Phillips to the team. Sam is currently a third-year Planning student at The University of Manchester and as part of his degree programme, he has taken the option to obtain some work experience, whilst continuing with his undergraduate studies. Sam is joining us for one day a week and is due to complete his placement in February.
On behalf of Shirdan Properties, White Peak Planning have been instructed to prepare and manage a change of use application from apartments (C3) to offices (Class E) in Trafford, Greater Manchester.
This month we celebrate 2,920 days of trading as White Peak Planning Limited, which is 8 years!
To celebrate World Mental Health Day, the WPP Team volunteered with the Peak District Peak Park Conservation Volunteers (PPCV).
It has been a successful few months in planning as June, July and August have seen a slight recovery in the number of consents issued for major housing schemes compared to previous months that appeared to have been heavily affected by COVID-19 restrictions.
Last month White Peak shared that we would be donating our small business relief grant of £10,000 to local charities across Greater Manchester.
Bloor Homes and Barker Mill Estates have submitted an Outline Planning Application for the land north of Salisbury Road, Totton.
On behalf of Bloor Homes, White Peak Planning have submitted a full planning application to Central Bedfordshire Council for the development of 115 dwellings (Use Class C3), new vehicular and pedestrian access off High Street, public open space, sustainable drainage systems and ancillary infrastructure.
The hearing sessions for the examination of the North Hertfordshire Local Plan (2011-2031) are due to reconvene ‘virtually’ in September after enduring a six-month delay due to the coronavirus pandemic.
On behalf of Independent Water Networks Limited, White Peak Planning have successfully attained a Marine Licence from the Marine Management Organisation for a stormwater outfall serving Whitecliffe, a 667-acre strategic mixed-use development that forms the largest development site within the Ebbsfleet Garden City.