We can undertake a range of Birmingham planning services – development appraisals, feasibility studies, planning strategy, statements including design & access, amendments to approvals and planning appeals.
Commercial and Industrial
Mixed-Use and Retail
Leisure and hotels
Residential (including self-build)
Community and education
Green belt and rural development.
Birmingham County Council Planning Applications
We can submit Planning Applications in the Birmingham area including obtaining approval for residential and commercial, house extensions, self-build homes, green belt house extensions & replacement dwellings.
Reserved matters applications
Listed building consent
Lawful development certificates
Birmingham Council pre-planning applications
Change of use
Birmingham Planning Permission
We are also successful in obtaining Planning Permission via the Planning Appeal route, challenging Councils’ refusal of planning.
When submitting a Birmingham planning application an understanding of the various local policies, requirements and opportunities are critical. This is to ensure that Birmingham planning projects can be approved in a timely and cost-effective manner, enabling high-quality developments and maximising the potential of our clients’ sites.
Plande works with a broad range of developers, businesses, investors, architects and landowners as well as a number of private individuals to help with their planning needs. We can process Birmingham Planning Applications with Birmingham City Council Planning. These include change of use, self build, commercial, residential and leisure schemes, conservation areas and green belt.
We draft high-quality Birmingham Planning Applications for submission to Birmingham City Council Planning department
Birmingham is the second-largest city in England and the United Kingdom. Birmingham has a large population of 1.1 million people who live within the city area, plus an additional 2 million people who live within the urban area. An additional 1 million people also live within the metropolitan area. Birmingham’s economy is largely dominated by the service sector
Stone Age artifacts show evidence of human activity in Birmingham dating back to as long ago as 8000BC. Burnt mounds that can still be seen across the city, suggest humans first settled in large numbers in the area around the Bronze Age. During the 1st Century there is evidence of Roman settlement in the area and Forts around modern-day Edgebaston. Birmingham became an influential commercial and urban centre in 1166 when it became a market town. The city grew significantly during the Midlands Enlightenment in the 18th Century, and then again during the Industrial Revolution.
The city has more parks than any other city, with a total of 571 parks. This amounts to over fourteen square miles of open public space. It has over 6 million trees and over 200 miles of streams and urban brooks. For more information on things to do in Birmingham click here.
Birmingham City Council Council is responsible for processing planning permission, planning applications and appeals in the area.
As planning consultants, we work across the whole area including the main towns and villages of Aston, Balsall, Bickenhill, Birchfield, Boldmere, Bournville, Bromford, Cole End, Camp Hill, Digbeth, Four Oaks, Highgate, Maney, Maypole, Selly Oak, Shedlon, Solihull, Witton, Yardley and Yardley Wood.
At plande we cover houses, commercial, business, public buildings, and retail. Retrospective planning permission for this craft brewery was achieved by us through detailed analysis and research & allowed our clients to diversify their business. #plande
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