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THE PLANNING
APPLICATION
PROCESS

Whatever the type & size of your project, Concept 20 aims to guide you through the planning process from inception to approval.

The amount of information we need to produce varies on a case by case basis depending on the proposals

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FREE QUOTATION

PLANNING APPLICATION DESIGN CRITERIA

 Creation of a planning application is a multifaceted process that must take into account several design criteria. Some of these areas can include:

  • Clients space requirements

  • Clients aesthetic requirements

  • Budget available

  • Feasibility of scheme

  • Energy Saving Requirements

  • Protection of Trees and wildlife

  • Flood risk

  • Fire Access

  • Site Topography

  • Archeological factors

  • Neighbouring area / properties

  • Planning legislation

  • Site drainage

  • Disabled access

  • National Space Standards

SHOW CHIC

FLOOD RISK

PRODUCTION OF PLANNING  APPLICATION DRAWINGS AND REPORTS

The amount of information required for a planning application varies between projects.

Most of the reports and drawings required can be produced by Concept 20, however additional information may be required from other consultants to obtain approval such as Ecology reports & a full land survey

  • ​Site location plan 

  • Existing & Proposed site plan

  • Existing & proposed building elevations

  • Existing & proposed floor plans 

  • Existing & proposed roof plans

  • Details of outbuildings, garages, sheds

  • Building cross sections

  • External landscaping plan

  • Site cross sections

  • Street scene elevations

  • Details of cycle storage

  • Parking layout on the site

  • Details of refuse stores & collection

  • Design & access statement

  • Shadow diagrams

  • Vehicular access into the site

  • Coloured 2D drawings 

  • 3D visualizations

  • Drainage layout plan & details

  • Flood risk assessment report

  • Details of protection to trees

  • Details for protection of wildlife 

Land Survey - By Land Surveyor

For example If a sloping site is present it is likely you will need a land survey.

Tree schedule / report - By Tree Surveyor

If Trees have a TPO on them you will likely need a Tree Report

Archaeological report - By Archaeologist

Archaelogical senstive sites will require a report

 

Biodiversity report - By Ecology Specialist

For eaxmple where the site contains protected animal species

Drainage survey - By Drainage Surveyor

Where drainage provision is unknown a CCTV survey will be carried out

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