HRA PLANNING secures Planning Permission for Rural Development

19 February 2014 on Latest News by Gary Rowan

HRA PLANNING secures Planning Permission for Rural Development.

Following a decision by by Kerry County Council to refuse planning permission for a house and equine business in north Kerry, HRA PLANNING was retained by the applicant to review the decision and to identify an alternative planning strategy to secure planning permission for the same development on the same site.

Within six months from appointment, HRA PLANNING successfully secured planning permission from Kerry County Council on behalf of the applicant for the same development and in doing so overcame the 3 seperate reasons why the development had previously been refused by Kerry County Council which included; housing need, visual impact and percolation conditions.

 

Services Provided:

HRA PLANNING provided a clear understanding and interpretation of the relevant planning policy and devised a robust development strategy that demonstrated that the proposal was compliant with the provisions of the development plan for the area thereby enabling the planning authority to grant permission in a timely manner.

– Professional understanding and interpretation of planning policy;

– Planning Strategy and Planning Reporting submitted with the planning application;

– Project management of all other design disciplines; and

– Preparation of Appropriate Assessment Screening Report.

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