What is CDM?

What is CDM?

CDM is short for the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 and were first introduced back in 1994, having been revised twice since then. Most recently the revision of the regulations took place in 2015. The CDM Regulations are in place to ensure that...
How often are planning appeals successful?

How often are planning appeals successful?

Planning appeals against the refusal of planning permission, enforcement notices, unwarranted planning conditions or non-determination are handled by the Planning Inspectorate.  Administratively based in Bristol, the Planning Inspectorate employs Planning Inspectors...
What is a site appraisal?

What is a site appraisal?

A site appraisal allows a client to assess the likelihood of planning permission being granted for a particular development proposal.  This might be to determine whether a site is suitable for new residential development, or to assess whether a change of use of a...