Planning & Development Services

Experienced consultancy services in Harrogate and County Durham

Steve Hesmondhalgh and Associates Ltd offer a full range of town planning, development and architectural services.
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Planning, development and architectural consultancy 

Steve Hesmondhalgh & Associates Ltd offer a full range of town planning and development consultancy services across Harrogate and North Yorkshire as well as Newton Aycliffe in County Durham
These include
• planning applications and appeals, 
• public inquiries, local hearings, 
• dealing with enforcement matters,
• lawful development certificates, 
• LDF submissions and representations. 

We prepare design and access statements, heritage statements and can assist with community involvement throughout the planning process. We work in partnership with some of the best architects and other consultancy companies in the region. 

This means we can either work alongside your existing team or provide full planning, architectural and development planning services to you depending on what may be required.

Creating strong partnerships

The range of planning and development projects we deal with is extensive. This can include large wind farms or housing developments of over 500-1,000 units down to making objections or supporting statements on smaller planning applications.

Our range of specialist services

With our partner consultants, our services include: 

  • Town Planning
  • Architecture
  • Flood Risk
  • Ecology
  • Highway Engineering
  • Landscape Design
  • Development Finance Solutions
  • Wind Farm Technical Appraisals
"Many people have commented that they've never seen such a professional set of documents. Everything was covered by Steve on our planning application."

Mrs Coates, Durham
Call Steve Hesmondhalgh and Associates Ltd on 
01423 885 378 or 01325 628 109 
for architectural consultancy in Harrogate or County Durham.
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