Say no to the tax on solar pv

More than 160 leading green businesses including Sainsbury’s, Ikea and Kingfisher have called upon Chancellor Philip Hammond to scrap scheduled tax increases on solar PV. A letter penned by the Solar Trade Association (STA) and […]

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Durham Plan on hold – Northumberland next?

The communities secretary has revealed that the White Paper which will set out the government’s future housing strategy will be delayed until next year… The timing for the publication of the government’s Housing White Paper […]

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Planning for new rail stations

Leeds City Council has unveiled proposals for three new rail stations and an airport rail link as part of a planned £270m investment in transport for the city… Proposals for three new rail stations in […]

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Listed Building Success in Middlesbrough

We have been successful in securing listed building consent and planning permission for Commerce House, one of Middlesbrough’s most historic buildings. Built for the North-Eastern Banking Company, it was purchased by the Chamber of Commerce […]

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Planning conditions – changes in prospect

On 10th October the Neighbourhood Planning Bill received an unopposed Second  Reading in the House of Commons. It includes two changes with respect to planning conditions in a new section 100ZA of the Town and […]

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How Green was the Autumn Statement?

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, delivered his first Autumn Statement on Wednesday which was characterised more by the absence of any meaningful announcements on energy and the environment than anything else. There were some […]

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£145M Super Fund For The North East

We’re working to help our clients get access to the £145m super fund to support the growth of hundreds of North East businesses – the Fund will go live early next year after an agreement […]

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