Planning and Development

Roger Hannah & Co’s dedicated development specialists are skilled in assessing development potential and securing that potential through to construction or site disposal.

An understanding of development economics and the planning system is key to identifying a deliverable strategy and our day to day working relationships with the full range of technical specialist ensures that we are able to provide fully considered commercially aware advice to our numerous private and public sector clients.

Our Particular areas of expertise include:

Latest Case studies

Employment Land Release Success in Hyde » 15th May 2017

Roger Hannah & Co have been successful in preparing an employment land release and viability report of Newton Business Park in Hyde.

Dinting, Glossop Site Achieves Planning with Zero Affordable Housing » 14th March 2017

Roger Hannah & Co, acting on behalf of a developer client, has been successful in negotiating a zero affordable housing requirement on a 20 unit residential scheme in Dinting, Glossop.

Northamptonshire Residential Site Achieves Planning » 18th February 2016

Roger Hannah & Co has been successful in guiding a development opportunity through planning to achieve full consent for seven residential units in Brackley,

Latest News

16 Acre Brownfield Site in Leek for Mixed Use Development » 11th July 2017

The Development team, which includes Roger Hannah & Co representing Barnfield Hughes have signed a development agreement to bring forward a 16 - acre brownfield site in Leek for mixed use development.

Roger Hannah & Co – Hits No 2 Nationwide » 10th July 2017

We are the second highest growing practice of chartered surveyors Nationwide!

The Supreme Court’s decision and ruling of Paragraphs 14 and 49 of the NPPF » 1st June 2017

The Supreme Court recently dismissed two appeals made by two local planning authorities after the decisions of two planning applications; Hopkins Homes v Suffolk Coastal District Council and Richborough Estates v Cheshire East Borough Council. One of which had been refused and the other approved respectively.