ASHALL TOWN PLANNING,
STRATFORD HOUSE,
5 CORTLAND AVENUE, ECCLESTON, CHORLEY, PR7 5FP
Tel: 07940 372868
Info@charteredtownplanner.co.uk
ESTABLISHED 1993
Planning Consultants Now In Our 25th Year Planning Consultant with 35 Years Experience 
Chartered Town Planning Consultants RTPI Chartered Town Planners RTPI

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ASHALL TOWN PLANNING

CHARTERED TOWN PLANNING CONSULTANT

Andrew Louis Surveyors

Royal Town Planning Institute Membership No: 31305 - Full Chartered Member of the RTPI since 1989

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Raymond Ashall BA Hons Dip EP MRTPI

Chartered Town Planner

Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute

Manchester Planning Enforcement Notice Appeal Consultants


We provide a comprehensive range of planning services including planning applications and appeals for the City of Manchester area and the wider Greater Manchester area.


Ashall Town Planning are based in Lancashire and are ideally positioned to provide a bespoke and professional planning service in the Manchester area to assist householders, businesses  and developers.


If you have been served with a Planning Enforcement Notice as Chartered Town Planning Consultants we are the ideal people to guide you through the planning enforcement process.


We cover the City of Manchester and all the Greater Manchester areas, Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford and Wigan.


Enforcement Notice Appeals

Enforcement Notices and Stop Notices can be served by any of the Manchester Local Planning Authorities if planning laws are contravened.

If you put up a building or carry out a change of use without getting planning permission from the Local Planning Authority you may be breaking planning control rules. If you already have planning permission but do not meet the conditions attached to it, you are also breaking planning control rules.

It is not an offence to break planning control rules, however if your LPA decide that the building or use is not acceptable, they may decide to issue you with an Enforcement Notice.

In extreme cases the Local Planning Authority may issue a Stop Notice in conjunction with an Enforcement Notice requiring the unauthorised activities to cease before the Enforcement Notice becomes fully effective.

Under certain circumstances a Temporary Stop Notice may be served when there has been a breach of planning control and the LPA think that it is expedient that the activity is stopped immediately. Furthermore, it is an offence to fail to comply with a Stop Notice.

If you have received an Enforcement Notice or Stop Notice you should seek professional assistance as soon as possible.

Failure to act upon either an Enforcement Notice or Stop Notice could result in court action by the LPA leading to substantial fines.


Our vast experience in this area enables us to advise and provide the most effective planning enforcement solutions.

Manchester

Over 25 Years of

Planning Success