Although you may not see us on the ground, we are already acting for a number of private clients on planning cases in Northern Ireland. In fact, we have been providing advice and planning services to clients since the millennium when Eimear was working in Dublin as a Planner/Urban Designer!
We have been successful in obtaining planning permission for a new detached house with stables and menage in the Green Belt around Newry; quashing Enforcement Notices and securing the retention of a bespoke Agricultural Engineering Business in Armagh; advised on the removal of an agricultural occupancy conditions; alterations to Listed Buildings, Agricultural Dwellings.
We currently represent clients - either as applicants or objectors - with ongoing cases and have employed a Planner to assist in our growing case load.
So it's with this space!
Eddie Booth of the Conservation Studio and Eimear Murphy presented a joint experience of 'Lessons Learnt from Public Inquiries' at a joint RTPI/IHBC Event on the 'Setting of Heritage Assets' in Canterbury on 10th May 2017.
It was well attended with interesting speakers including the Chair, Martin Small of Historic England;, Canterbury's Heritage Champion - Cllr Robert Thomas; Dr Andy Brown, Historic England; Karen Britton of Canterbury CC and Richard Knox-Johnson of CRPE SE Region.
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After a long protracted process, we finally obtained planning permission for a Kent family to remain in their home within the grounds of the rural enterprise - albeit tied by a personal condition and temporary.
We now have to address more pressing matters before reviewing the position.