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The A303 Stonehenge Expressway gets the go-ahead

30.11.20

The A303 Stonehenge Expressway gets the go-ahead

After more than three years of discussions and deliberations, last week the government approved a development consent order for the £1.7 billion A303 Stonehenge Expressway highway scheme.

Planning Appeal Success

13.11.20

Planning Appeal Success

Sharps Redmore are pleased to have assisted in a successful planning decision in Suffolk, overturning a previous refusal on appeal.

Sharps Redmore serve a winner

5.11.19

Sharps Redmore serve a winner

Sharps Redmore has helped  secure planning permission for our clients, Solihull Arden Club, for a 'Padel Tennis' proposal at their long established tennis and racket sports complex in the heart of Solihull.  The proposal was unanimously approved by the Planning Committee, despite objectors's concerns.  

The battle for tranquillity at Stonehenge

13.6.19

The battle for tranquillity at Stonehenge

This week Sharps Redmore’s Clive Bentley presented evidence at a hearing into the proposed transport tunnel under the UNESCO-listed site.

Tranquility Study Together With Heriot-Watt University

27.4.18

Tranquility Study Together With Heriot-Watt University

Sharps Redmore and Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh are involved in an exciting new University research study called Project DeStress.

Daw Mill Colliery Planning Appeal

11.4.18

Daw Mill Colliery Planning Appeal

Sharps Redmore have successfully defended North Warwickshire Borough Council 's decision to refuse outline planning permission for the redevelopment of the former Daw Mill Colliery in Warwickshire.

Planning News: Agent of Change

22.3.18

Planning News: Agent of Change

The Government has recently announced plans to adopt Agent of Change into The National Planning Policy Framework.