Welcome to WEA Planning, specialist Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames planning consultants.
WEA Planning can offer a wide range of different services, all aimed at helping you to gain planning permission, where this is needed:
Royal Borough of Kingston-Upon-Thames Planning Advice Offered
WEA planning offer customised advice on your planning application, including topics such as:
Contact WEA Planning for Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames Planning Advice
Call Seema Mangoo on 020 7993 2075, email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact form to find out how WEA can help you.
- Retrospective planning applications – what to do if you find out you need planning permission for something you have already built?
- Kingston Planning Consultants dealing with appeals – help and advice if your planning application is denied.
- Planning applications in Kingston conservation areas.
Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames Planning Application Assistance – the Preparation Process
If you need professional assistance with preparing your planning application, we are Kingston Planning Consultants who can provide the following services:
- Co-ordination of technical supporting information and drawings.
- Writing of supporting statements.
- Negotiation with planning officers.
- Variations or removal of planning conditions.
- Assisting with public consultations.
Geographically, Kingston sits in the South West of London, with much of the borough protruding out into neighbouring Surrey. The former Surrey County Hall building is situated in the town of Kingston, which is also the main commercial centre of the borough. Officially the Royal Borough of Kingston on Thames by ancient prescriptive right, the right to use the royal prefix was confirmed by King George V in 1927. Kingston itself derives its name from the "King's Stone", which was used for a number of coronations in the first millennium A.D.
Planning Challenges in the London Borough of Kingston upon Thames
In terms of transport, Kingston Borough faces many of the same challenges that are familiar with suburban areas around the world, namely the need to maintain good links with central areas of commerce and employment, together with the constant pressures of local road traffic. Kingston is one of only five London boroughs not to have any London Underground lines running through it, and although it doesn't have any tram or light rail services either, the borough is still served by eight mainline railway stations.
The road network in Kingston is well oriented towards (reasonably) easy access to the M25, whilst the A3 dual carriageway, which heads towards Southampton, runs through much of the borough.
Contact Us Now for London Borough of Kingston Planning Advice
To contact WEA Planning for advice on London Borough Kingston planning matters, please call 020 7993 2075, email email@example.com, or use the contact form.
WEA planning is an independent Royal Borough of Kingtson-upon-Thamesplanning consultancy, based in Notting Hill.
Although we are not associated with the Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames, we can offer planning advice on any application within this part of London. If you simply want an update on an existing Kingtson upon Thames application, or want to view planning applications which have already been submitted, please contact the London Borough of Kingston upon Thames council planning teamdirectly.
Contact WEA Planning for Kingston Planning Advice
Call Seema Mangoo on 020 7993 2075, email firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact form to find out how WEA can help you today.