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Welcome to England & Lyle

This year England & Lyle have been in practice for 20 years. The practice acts for clients throughout the UK.

We offer a full range of town planning and development services including assistance with planning applications and appeals / inquiries / hearings, enforcement, lawful development certificates, development plan representations, preparation of development briefs, sustainability appraisals, design statements, master plans, community involvement exercises and regeneration studies.

We also offer assistance in specialist areas, in particular: retail planning and impact assessment, economic impact advice, renewable energy development, listed buildings and conservation areas and urban design. We have also seconded staff to assist local authorities, providing specific development control expertise. We have experience of leading and working as part of multi-discipline teams on large scale developments, including environmental impact assessments.

The practice has recently been awarded RTPI Learning Partner status as well as being made a 'smarter planning champion' through the planning portal.

Latest News

Retail Unit approved in Leeds >>

England & Lyle have secured planning consent for the use of an existing building in Scarcroft for convenience retail. The proposal forms…

Holiday Let to Dwelling Approved at Hambleton >>

Hambleton District Council have approved a S73 application submitted by England & Lyle to allow the removal of a condition restricting…

20 years of E&L >>

To mark our 20th year in practice, we have produced a short brochure showing some of the many schemes that we have been involved in which…

New dwelling in countryside approved >>

In spite of an officer recommendation (Stockton BC) to refuse, E&L achieved planning permission on behalf of a private client for the…

E&L support Carillion Plc in Tower Works bid win >>

England & Lyle have supported Carillion Plc in their successful bit to redevelop the historic Tower Works site. The scheme will involve…

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