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Woking - Offices Woking - Offices Planning permission achieved on behalf of Canada Life for an office building on an important gateway site leading into Woking Town centre. We worked closely with the Planning Officers and Architects to arrive at a scheme that responded to the adjacent two-storey residential properties to the north and the larger established and forthcoming commercial properties to the south towards the Town Centre.
Maidstone - Business Park Maidstone - Business Park NTR Planning has achieved a number of office permissions for Turkey Mill Investments within their stunning business park located adjacent to the River Len, Maidstone. Complementary planning permissions also achieved within the site have included a day nursery for ‘Kids Unlimited’, which achieved the Nursery Management Today (NMT) Nursery Design Award for best new nursery building over the past 5 years (November 2012). In addition, NTR Planning has helped secure high quality conference and wedding facilities now widely renowned throughout the County, set within the exceptional landscaped grounds of the Grade II* Listed Turkey Court and Turkey Mill buildings.
Trinity Place - Nottingham Trinity Place - Nottingham

NTR Planning has achieved flexible A1/A2/A3/A5/D1/D2 planning permissions for Aviva Investors at Trinity Place, Nottingham - a major city centre investment.  This has enabled this significant multi unit scheme to operate under a wider range of town centre and leisure uses.


Bedford - Business Park Bedford - Business Park NTR Planning has secured a number of planning permissions for business parks across the UK for Chancerygate - including at Southampton, Bristol and Hemel Hempstead. In 2014 we obtained planning permission for a modern 4,224 sq m B1(a)/B2/B8 business park in Bedford.
West Ham - TfL Bus Garage West Ham - TfL Bus Garage Planning permission achieved on behalf Transport for London for a £50 million new bus garage facility accommodating 320 buses. The scheme incorporates significant sustainable features including a 70 metre high wind turbine, a sedum roof, rainwater harvesting, biomass boilers and combined heat and power units. This scheme was needed to relocate an existing bus garage demolished to make way for the construction of the new Olympic Park. This involved detailed consideration of the continued delivery of bus services throughout the build, highway implications, the overarching need to meet the Olympics timetable, and the wider masterplanning aspirations for the nearby Parcelforce site.