KLW specialises in delivering town planning consultancy services and has done this successfully for in excess of 20 years. Our core business is focused around the client and delivering specialist and expert advice. Specialist themes include Planning and Development, Urban Design, community engagement and Environmental Impact.Read more
Kember Loudon Williams has secured planning consent for a replacement dwelling in the Green Belt and countryside, in Sevenoaks District. The approved contemporary dwelling, which will replace a bungalow, will increase the floorspace of the...View project
KLW undertakes projects ranging from large site promotions through Local Development Frameworks, applications and appeals to bespoke developments for commercial and residential projects.
We are experienced in Strategic Planning, Master Planning, Urban Design and Environmental Impact Assessment – the essential ingredients for promoting large sites.
The company can provide a comprehensive consultancy service coordinating and project managing bespoke teams in a range of fields for specific projects.Read more
For those clients with properties they wish to extend or who own land and buildings which they feel may have development potential, we are always available to offer advice and assistance through the maze of the planning system.Read more
At long last the Planning Inspectorate has set out its findings relating to the examination of the submission version of the Wealden Local Plan and has concluded that the Plan is not legally compliant and is unsound. …read full post
Appeal success: Kember Loudon Williams has secured approval, on appeal, for a replacement dwelling in the countryside, in Maidstone Borough – replacing the existing bungalow with a two storey replacement dwelling. Although significantly larger than the existing house (almost twice the area of the existing dwelling), the Inspector agreed with our careful assessment of the... …read full post
KLW is pleased to announce that our outline planning application for 140 new houses including public open space, new access and landscaping at Harrow Lane, St Leonards-on-sea was reported to Hastings Borough Council’s planning committee on the 12th September. Members resolved to grant planning permission subject to conditions and usual heads of terms. …read full post