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Decision Notice landscape conditions

Decision Notice landscape conditions

Get help with Decision Notice landscape conditions. Following planning approval the Council set certain conditions, one requirement is for a detailed landscape design with a technical submission. This shall include details of soft landscape proposals with planting plans, plant schedules and landscape specifications. Hard landscape details can include requirements for details of access drive and paving finishes, landscape fixtures and fittings, walling, fencing and other means of enclosure.

Having submitted the relevant documents based upon the Decision Notice for many years Barry Holdsworth understands the requirements that Councils request in these circumstances and what is relevant and reasonable to include in landscape proposals for planning condition discharge.

Local planning authorities often use standard or generic condition wording, with catch-all clauses and Barry is able to offer advice on how to tackle this condition to deliver a positive result that the Council will accept without being too onerous for the client. With a balanced approach to tree, shrub and hedge planting is crucial to provide an attractive street scene character.

Please contact me to discuss your project and the conditions that require addressing.

Discharge of Planning Conditions for landscaping for private and commercial clients - covering the South of England - Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, London, Kent, Somerset, Surrey, Sussex, Wiltshire, across the UK.