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About The Company

MOORGATE PLANNING PRACTICE

Based in Shoreditch, Moorgate Planning Practice is a firm of Chartered Town Planners set up in 2008 to offer a professional planning appeals service within London.
As Chartered Town Planners we are qualified & heavily regulated by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) are morally & professionally bound by the Code of Professional Conduct.
Anyone can set up as a ‘planning consultant’ but only qualified planning professionals can call themselves Chartered Town Planners.
Remember – presenting a proposal in a professional and appropriate manner, with good supporting documentation, could mean the difference between success and failure for your application or appeal.
We would be delighted to discuss your proposal further.

We can offer:

  • Desk top appraisals & advice
  • Cost effective appeal rates
  • Quick turnaround
  • Service throughout all the London Boroughs

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We offer assistance for the following appeals:
HOUSEHOLDER APPEALS

This includes any refused planning application for a householder development, fast tracked by the Inspectorate for a quick turnaround.

PLANNING APPEALS

Any development refused as a full, outline or reserved matters application.

ENFORCEMENT APPEALS

There is only a short period of time to appeal an enforcement notice, so there is no time to waste.

ADVERTISEMENT APPEALS

Regularly refused and regularly appealed.

LISTED BUILDINGS/CONSERVATION APPEALS

The City of London contains over 600 listed buildings alone; schemes misinterpreted by a local authority or dealt with by an inexperienced case officer are easily refused.

LAWFUL DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATE APPEALS

Lawful development certificate applications normally fail on lack of clarity and quality of information submitted. An appeal may not be the best way to proceed, however we are happy to advise.

We work closely with you and carry out research to understand your needs and wishes.