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Planning Ventures Ltd
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Planning Ventures is a Planning Consultancy run by Lyn Jones and Julie Laming, with a passion for quality buildings, places and spaces.
Planning Ventures is a Planning Consultancy run by Lyn Jones and Julie Laming, with a passion for quality buildings, places and spaces.

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Extremely kind words about Planning Ventures director Lyn Jones from Portland Brown!
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Whether you’re a seasoned property professional or a first-time developer, there may be times in the planning process where you could do with some expert advice and support. That’s where we come in: http://www.planningventures.co.uk/how-we-can-help/

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In our last Adventures in Planning, we explored what a Dual-Use Permission is and why you should obtain one. Read it on our website now: http://www.planningventures.co.uk/2017/03/05/dual-use-permissions/

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We love working with listed buildings and helping owners and developers solve many of the problems they face - especially when the location is as stunning as Lye Hole Farm in North Somerset! http://www.planningventures.co.uk/project/lye-hole-farm-north-somerset/

Yesterday, important changes to the Environmental Impact Assessment regulations came into play. Not sure what this means to you? Find out more on our website: http://www.planningventures.co.uk/2017/04/28/environmental-impact/

Next Tuesday, important changes will come into force with regards to the Environmental Impact Assessment regulations. Here’s everything you need to know by then: http://www.planningventures.co.uk/2017/04/28/environmental-impact/

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Lyn has provided planning advice to the emergency services, top independent schools and aspiring entrepreneurial developers over the past 20 years! http://www.planningventures.co.uk/about-us/lyn-jones/

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Changes are afoot this month! Here’s everything you need to know about alterations to the Environmental Impact Assessment regulations. http://www.planningventures.co.uk/2017/04/28/environmental-impact/

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Have you looked into obtaining a dual-use permission? Here’s why we think it’s worth considering: planningventures.co.uk/2017/03/05/dual-use-permissions

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We’re extremely passionate about historic spaces and their uses. Bristol’s Crane Treehouse is an exciting and imaginative use of such a space and it’s great to hear that all profits are going to Friends of the Earth. Hopefully more historic landmarks follow suit and continue to be used. theguardian.com/travel/2017/mar/09/crane-hotel-treehouse-bristols-harbourside
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