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ClearView Planning has worked with many home owners to obtain planning permission.


ClearView Planning is very experienced in dealing with residential developments, whether a small scale development of 5 or 6 houses or a large scale urban extension.


ClearView Planning has experience in dealing with applications for offices, warehouses and larger commercial developments.

Why work with us?


ClearView Planning's expertise in the use of national and local planning policy maximises the chances of success.


We aim to achieve the best and most cost effective solution to all the planning issues involved.


We manage the whole planning process through to a successful conclusion.


We provide an excellent and personal service to meet your planning needs.

Successful projects

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A fantastic result for a client in York

ClearView Planning Ltd appealed against a decision by York City Council to refuse an application submitted by Fluid Design Architects. The Inspector agreed with our case on every point we put forward and allowed the appeal. We are extremely pleased for the client and his family who were overjoyed to get this result.

Permission granted – Care Home for young adults with mild learning difficulties in Mansfield

ClearView Planning Ltd successfully obtained planning permission on behalf of Rhodsac Community Living Ltd for the change of use of a residential property to a small care home for 4 young adults with mild learning difficulties in Mansfield. We have previously obtained permission for  other simiar homes and are currently preparing other applications for them.

Elevation of the replacement flats

Appeal for the redevelopment of a pub site in Windsor

ClearView Planning successfully appealed against the refusal of an application to demolish the  Sebastopol public house in Windsor and the development of 9 flats.

45 bed care home in St. Albans

45 Bed Care Home allowed on Appeal

ClearView Planning are pleased to announce that planning permission has been granted on appeal for a 45 bed Care Home in St Albans.

Pub redevelopment near Towcester

Redevelopment of Pub Site granted planning permission

After several attempts and various proposals for the redevelopment of the Red Lion PH, Fosters Booth, near Towcester, ClearView Planning has successfully obtained planning permission for the development of 3 houses on the pub's large car park with minor alternations to the pub building.

Development plan, Aston Clinton

The Old Rectory Farm, Stablebridge Road, Aston Clinton

After refusal of the initial planning application for residential development of the land adjacent to the Old Rectory in Aston Clinton, ClearView Planning developed a compelling case for the development, which was accepted by the inspector on appeal.

Redevelopment of pub site, Corby

Redevelopment of Pub Site in Corby

After extensive discussions, the Council approved an application for the modification of the pub building and the creation of 11 flats. ClearView Planning's Planning and Heritage Statement, and Design and Access Statement were crucial. A further 13 flats have subsequently been approved.  

Care Home extension, Luton

Extension to Care Home located in the Green Belt

ClearView Planning was asked by Fluid Design to help them with a proposal to create a 9 bed extension of the Woodside care home, located within the GreenBelt near Luton. After revisions to the plans, ClearView Planning successfully argued that the proposed development would not intrude into the open countryside and would not materially harm the openness of the GreenBelt, leading to planning permission being granted.

Agricultural Workers accommodation permissions

Over the course of 2018, ClearView Planning has been involved in a number of projects to obtain planning permission for agricultural workers’ accommodation at:

Downton Fields Farm

Wharf Lane Stables

Land Opposite Bulls Head Farm