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From the outset of the planning system the issue of how and where to provided housing development has proven to be consistently the most controversial.
With the advent of the new Coalition Government the provision of housing land looks set to continue to be a major area of contention in the planning system.
Members of Chambers are well placed to provide advice and help in the delivery of housing development in the right place at the right time, having acting for most major and regional developers in dozens of cases across UK in particular specialism in 5 year land supply issues.
Equally members of chambers have extensive experience of advising the public sector in housing land issues. Such areas of debate include;
- the use of previously developed land and the minimisation of greenfield land take
- the five year land supply;
- sustainable extensions and urban developments;
- high rise and suburban development;
- affordable housing;
- specialist housing for elderly and other vulnerable groups.
Members are particularly known for their expertise in advising specialise providers, such as those promoting accommodation for the elderly. As the country’s demographics change the need for such specialist accommodation will only increase.
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