Permitted Development Rights and Planning Permission for Farmers
Permitted Development Rights on your Farm
As a farmer you need to make sure that you are exploring and maximising your permitted development rights under the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015, which can include:.
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Planning Permission on Your Farm
How do we achieve planning permission on a farm or rural property, which can provide development that adds value to rural businesses?
The planning system plays a key role for the future of our farmers and rural communities. Planning applications require a detailed and specialist justification, quite often accompanied by a number of specialist professional reports.
At Foxes Rural Consultants we add value and development to a wide client portfolio for various circumstances.
There are lots of projects on farms that require planning permission and it can quite often be daunting for the farmer to make an application. You should always obtain specialist advice when submitting a planning application as quite often making an application can have a knock on effect on other proposals on your farm.
We work closely with a number of Local Planning Authorities to ensure that our advice is tailored to our clients and achieve the maximum likelihood of success.
We are very experienced in all areas of rural planning and development on farms which include, but not limited to:
General purpose buildings
All types of permitted development rights
Class Q permitted development from agriculture to residential
Class R permitted development rights from agriculture to commercial
Full planning permission change of use to residential and commercial
Farm accesses to include farm tracks and roads
Outline planning permission applications
Farm workers dwellings and cottages
Planning enforcement, including enforcement notices, stop notices, breach of condition
Certificate of lawfulness
Local plan representations
Small scale residential development projects
Farm diversification projects
Equestrian including stabling, menages, DIY livery, full livery.
Glamping including pods, yurts, shepherds huts
Agricultural and rural workers dwellings
New rural housing
Renewable energy installations
Expert witness for rural planning matters