What Is A Site Appraisal?

Date: April 15, 2021

A site appraisal allows a client to assess the likelihood of planning permission being granted for a particular development proposal.  This might be to determine whether a site is suitable for new residential development or to assess whether a change of use of a building might be acceptable in planning terms.

Hewitt&Carr Services offers a service which entails an assessment of the planning constraints applicable to a site and an appraisal of whether your proposed development is likely to be supported by the Local Authority.  Where appropriate, it may also flag up alternative suggestions to address any constraints identified.

If you are interested in having a site appraised to determine its prospects of securing planning consent, then please give us a call to discuss further.

Tel: 01538 711777

Email: hello@hc-services.uk

Web: hc-services.uk/town-planning/

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