Jillings Heynes Planning, working alongside a firm of Exeter based architects, has helped secure an approval for the conversion of an agricultural building to residential use under Schedule 2, Part 3, Class Q of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015
Jillings Heynes Planning has submitted a planning application for an anaerobic digestion plant on land adjacent to Lords Meadow Industrial Estate, Crediton on behalf of a local landowner.
Jillings Heynes Planning has submitted an application for up to 174 dwellings and public open space on land off Polperro Rd, Looe on behalf of South West Strategic Developments
After providing a planning appraisal on the site to inform the purchase of the site in April 2015 Jillings Heynes Planning finally secures planning permission on key town centre site in Bournemouth
Jillings Heynes Planning will be undertaking a detailed comparative study of French and Spanish town planning systems, cities and towns between the dates of 15th May 2016 and 24th May 2016.
Exwick Cricket Club has recently picked up new team shirts, proudly showing the new club badge and the Jillings Heynes Planning logo, for the forthcoming season.
Acting on behalf of two landowners with land on the edge of Uffculme in Mid Devon District, Jillings Heynes Planning has secured planning permission.