Maps for Planning Applications

Why Planning Applications Need Accurate Maps

Map Man, · Categories: home improvements · Tags: , , ,
Sara
The process of applying for planning permission in the UK is a famously frustrating exercise in fighting bureaucracy. Securing your permission in a timely fashion can be difficult, especially for a homeowner with modest resources. Making sure that your application includes full and accurate maps is an excellent way to remove one possible impasse standing between you and your permission. Maps Included In Your Planning Application Every application for planning permission has to include a site location plan. This is a general overview scaled to either 1:1,250 or 1:2,500 showing the property where you plan to do the work. The larger scale is used for either large developments or for isolated properties where the smaller scale does not show a useful context.

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Why It’s Important to Research Other Environmental Reports Before Buying Property For Development

Map Man, · Categories: real estate · Tags: ,
Sara
Years ago when a developer decided to buy a piece of property and build some apartments, condos, retail, and then add a few restaurants, there was little more to be done than call an architect and start building. Nowadays there are environmental reports, flood surveys, town hall meetings, inspections and delays that could bankrupt some developers before they even get started. There are a lot of things that can be done before a property is even purchased to make things go smoother as well.       https://youtu.be/MpXmn9AADbM       It Helps To Know The Local Political Climate Some areas have had problems with poor developers that caused environmental catastrophes and left the local community in a mess.

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