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Harrow Lane

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 more


Godinton House

KLW has successfully obtained planning permission (August 2018) for the redevelopment of Godinton House, Godinton Road, Ashford, to create an exciting and contemporary residential development of 28 apartments. The approved scheme will significantly improve the streetscene and will positively contribute to the comprehensive redevelopment of the former Godinton Way Industrial Estate comprising new homes and apartments by Croudace Homes, which... …read more


Vale House

Planning permission for 6 residential apartments has been obtained through the extension of Vale House and replacement of mansard roof with roof terrace. This is in addition to 31 apartments for which we have previously obtained prior approval under Class O of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development Order) through the change of use of Vale House from... …read more


Slate Meadow

We are pleased to report that our outline planning application for 150 new houses at Slate Meadow, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire was reported to Wycombe District Council’s Planning Committee last night, 22nd August. Members resolved to grant planning permission, subject to conditions and the usual heads of terms. …read more


Former Stills Factory Site, Hastings

Kember Loudon Williams is delighted, on behalf of its client Gemselect Limited, to have successfully secured a resolution to grant full Planning Permission for 101 residential dwellings and apartments, at the Former Stills Factory site in Hastings. Permission was granted at the recent Hastings Planning Committee meeting on 23 May 2018, subject to the completion of a legal agreement to... …read more




Aviation planning and in particular securing the lawful status of airfields and air strips through Certificates of Lawfulness for Existing Uses and Development is an area of planning which requires careful consideration. Good quality evidence to demonstrate a particular use is important and often pilot log books become invaluable in demonstrating a level of activity. …read more


The Court of Appeal – Wealden District Council 2015

The recent Court of Appeal decision successfully allowed the challenge to Policy WCS12 of the Wealden District Core Strategy Local Plan which required all development within 7km of the Ashdown Forest to provide suitable alternative natural green space (SANG’s) to mitigate impact of increased visitors to this protected forest. …read more