“Getting control of your development…”

There are lots of scary planning stories out there. People who buy a building or plot of land with the intention of starting a development only to find that the project gets refused by the planners or gets stuck in a seemingly endless planning approval process. And all the while the clock is ticking and the finance costs ramp up; it can be a frustrating and expensive place to find yourself, and one as a developer you want to avoid at all costs.

Enter Permitted Development rights, a process introduced by the government to speed up the planning process and to make it easier and quicker to get development projects underway. In this episode Ritchie takes us through the key issues that can come into play when going down the traditional development route, and the numerous advantages that Permitted Development rights offer both new and existing developers.

There’s also some frankly lame fishing excuses from one of the team whilst the other kicks out an old and trusted friend in favour of a younger, more glamorous looking model.

The propertyCEO Podcast gives you an inside track in the world of property for investors and developers, both new and experienced. Your two hugely experienced hosts discuss a wide range of subjects, while usually managing to disagree about something. A highly relevant yet often irreverent look at the world of property from many different perspectives, the propertyCEO Podcast is your one stop shop for tips, anecdotes, and highly useable property and business information.

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Hosts: Ian Child and Ritchie Clapson




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