Posted on 16th October 2022 at 19:47
New stable block and Manège plus change of use – agricultural to equestrian land - Bedfordshire
In mid-September 2021 Landscope were approached by a new client, who had had an offer accepted to purchase a property, a house with land and some run-down buildings, with a 12 week deadline for completion at which point they needed to be able to move in with their horses. The land was agricultural, and they needed planning permission to change the use of the land to equestrian, as well as to build a stable block, all weather arena and barn.
Landscope was able to submit an application by early October and successfully shepherded the application through, negotiating with the Local Planning Authority, to gain permission within 8 weeks – a total project turn-around time of 12 weeks.
After - The Result
What our client thought
‘Landscope helped us from the very beginning by getting the use of our land changed from Agricultural use to Equestrian and successfully obtained planning permission for our stable block and Manège. Sam’s deep wealth of knowledge in this specialised area meant that the application was entered correctly and that any questions that arrived relating to this ie: Soil, drainage etc were dealt with swiftly. I would not have been able to answer these questions myself. Our application was granted in full and I am very grateful for all of the help and kindness received during and after from Sam and Elaine Franklin.’
Mrs C. Bedfordshire
Tagged as: Case Study, Change of Use, Equestrian planning, Planning Consultancy, Planning Permission, Testimonial
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