Individuals or businesses who are aggrieved by decisions concerning a planning permission, which may have been refused or granted, should seek advice on whether there are sufficient grounds to enable them to make an application for judicial review of the planning decision. If you wish to exercise your right to ask the courts to reconsider the lawfulness of decisions in these kind of proceedings then it is important to work with lawyers and experts with relevant experience. Our head of planning is a legal associate of the Royal Town Planning Institute and has been involved in numerous court cases concerning the planning issues involved in applications for judicial review.
We know that legal processes can be daunting for those who have limited experience in legal matters, and that is why our approach is simple – we offer clear and concise legal help which ensures our judicial review clients to decide what action may be appropriate to get the results they want, without being swamped with information.
All of our planning solicitors legal advice for those involved in planning applications or disputes is supported by experience and a wealth of knowledge. Our focus is on the following:
We can work on judicial review cases throughout Shropshire, Herefordshire, Staffordshire and the surrounding areas, and are able to meet clients at their own homes or offices if more convenient.
We don't just sell time; we sell experience, expertise, know-how and results, and are able to offer a wide range of pricing options which may include Fixed Fees and Service Level Guarantees.
If you believe you have been unfairly treated by a local authority or other body, by the grant or refusal of planning permission, or have any other planning concerns or queries and you want legal assistance, give us a call or complete our online enquiry form, to see how we can help. We have offices in Shrewsbury, Bromyard, Conwy, Hereford, Ludlow, Oswestry and Telford so are able to act for clients all over Shropshire, Herefordshire, Mid and North Wales and across the Midlands.