White Peak Planning have won an appeal and partial costs award against the refusal of the change of use of the highway outside the Kettlebell Kitchen store in Ancoats, Manchester to form a pavement café.
White Peak Planning has been instructed by Bloor Homes Southern and the Sandleford Farm Partnership to co-ordinate an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for an outline planning application at Sandleford Park, Newbury.
White Peak Planning, on behalf of Countryside Properties and Persimmon Homes, has submitted a hybrid planning application to Sefton Council for a site to the north of Poverty Lane, Maghull. We have also submitted an outline application on behalf of The East Maghull Consortium for adjacent land to the south of School Lane.
White Peak Planning has submitted a planning application on behalf of Bloor Homes South Midlands to Daventry District Council and South Northamptonshire Council for up to 1,750 new homes, a primary school and a new local centre.
White Peak Planning is delighted to announce that we have achieved the EIA Quality Mark from the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA). Joining the scheme demonstrates our commitment to excellence in our EIA activities and we will be reviewed annually to ensure that we are continuing to deliver added value for our clients.
Rob White has again been successful at a S78 appeal on behalf of High Peak Borough Council (HPBC). Rob acted as Planning Expert Witness for HPBC at an appeal against the refusal of a planning application for a new residential development in Tunstead Milton.
On behalf of Metropolitan, White Peak Planning has successfully discharged a range of technical planning conditions and introduced additional flexibility into the planning consent for a new on-site wastewater treatment works (WwTW) at the Eastern Quarry development, Ebbsfleet Garden City. This will enable development of phase 1 of the WwTW, along with delivery of the access road for later phases.