Limited Company | www.laurenceassociates.co.uk
Telephone: 01872 225259
planning/architecture/landscape realising development potential
Laurence Associates is an established planning consultancy based in Truro with an excellent track record of achieving successful planning results throughout the South-West and beyond.
Since 1993, Laurence Associates have grown to offer planning consultancy, architectural design and landscape architecture under one roof.
Our service ensures that architectural designs are carefully considered in conjunction with planning experts to work towards successful grant of planning permission and developments that reach their potential.
We were also awarded the RTPI’s ‘Small Planning Consultancy of the Year’ in 2009.
planning services include: site appraisals, Environmental Impact Assessment, applications and appeals relating to planning, and listed buildings/conservation area matters, Local Development Framework representations, expert witness and advocacy. There is particular expertise relating to residential and holiday accommodation proposals, and in respect of enforcement and certificate of lawfulness matters.
architecture design services include: providing drawings for planning and Building Regulations approvals, three-dimensional models, photomontages, animations and SAPs/Code for Sustainable Homes Assessments.
landscape architecture services include: landscape and visual impact assessments, landscape and visual appraisals, discharging landscape conditions, landscape management and maintenance plans, landscape master-planning, sketch designs to full hard and soft detailed drawings, garden design, sustainable drainage system design and green roofs.
*Re-power of wind turbine site in AONB. *Redevelopment of several large touring holiday sites with bespoke design luxury holiday homes. *Large-scale solar PV parks. *Zero carbon home in former underground water reservoir. *Innovative affordable/market housing schemes. *Carbon neutral homes. *Substantial extension to listed residential home in conservation area. *Large factory extension in countryside. *Conversion of buildings, including listed buildings, to dwellings. *Certificate of Lawfulness of Proposed Development relating to 1976 planning permission. *Rural occupation dwelling in the open countryside not associated to agriculture. *Removal of restrictive occupancy conditions. *Negotiation of/amendments to section 106 agreements. *New dwellings outside settlement boundary. *Representation of applicants, interested parties, and local authorities at planning, enforcement, lawful development certificate and Section 218 appeals. *Permission for replacement dwelling in Metropolitan Green Belt significantly larger than original dwelling *Appeal allowed for high quality commercial development in edge of town location