Stop Wasting Time and Start with us on Enforcement notice planning

by Tony Conrad Enforcement Notice Planning | Planning Enforcement helps you with the notices and provides you Planning Enforcement Guidance whatever the type of planning notice you’ve received. We are widely accustomed to dealing with council enforcement officers as some of our consultants have long acted in that capacity and will work to achieve the best result for you.

There is no outstanding appeal once the period of compliance has been over and it is an offence if you haven’t complied with the enforcement notice. Someone guilty of an offence is liable on conviction to an unlimited fine if prosecuted within the Crown Court and a maximum fine of £20,000 if prosecuted in a Magistrates Court. Enforcement Notice Planning determines the amount of any fine, the court can have relevancy of any monetary benefit that has increased or appears likely to turn up in consequence of the offence.

Why are we best in Enforcement Notice planning?

We’ve our own area of expertise which we work on. We don’t compromise with our expertises which we will provide which are:


Highest level quality of service will be maintained from our side. We work with a guarantee which will be wont stopping until you’re getting the 100% satisfaction.


Our focus will be on you only. To help you make an informed decision we provide you with the services which will perfectly suit you.

Experts in Enforcement:

Our efficient procedures and solution are the main things which we are proud of. In order to deliver effective results, we will continually strive for improvement and we will thoroughly listen to your inputs.


Our main objective is to make you satisfied with our services. We will support you throughout the whole process and will lead you from the front advising you wholeheartedly. The first consultation will be free of charge.

What is Enforcement Notice?

An enforcement notice is the most commonly used planning power to require a breach of planning control to cease or to be remedied. The notice explains the alleged breach, the reason for its issue, the steps required and the period within which they should be taken.

Enforcement notices are normally used as a last resort when negotiation to secure a resolution has been unsuccessful. We only issue a notice where it would serve a useful planning purpose, such as to address significant harm to visual or residential amenities, or highway safety.

What is Planning Contravention Notice?

A Planning Contravention Notice is normally served on you in the first stage of enforcement action, where your local Council believe that a breach of planning control may have occurred.  It is used where the Council would like to find out more information to determine whether enforcement action should be taken.


If you have been served with an Enforcement notice or Planning Contravention Notice, can help. We are specialist planning solicitors and through our Enforcement Notice Planning and planning enforcement guidance Helpline service, we are able to take your case for an affordable fee that is less than you might think.

Our consultants will advise you on the ins and outs of your case, the potential pitfalls and the positive aspects of the appeal ahead.  The consultant will put your best foot forward and proceed on that basis, never taking "No" for an answer.  At we will work with you throughout the process, extending to you the experience gained in having previously acted for the opposition (the council). We know their weak points and thought processes which we will use to your advantage. We know precisely how and what enforcement officers work too, what they seek to achieve, so enabling us to put your case forward to obtain a win solution for you.

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