Louise
Newton

Rural Surveyor

Louise specialises primarily in rural development and diversification and is based in our St Albans office.

Louise’s responsibilities include undertaking a variety of planning work ranging from small individual projects to long term strategic planning for farms, estates, equestrian and rural premises.

Louise specialises in rural development and diversification, advising on a variety of projects.

She has a wealth of experience in agricultural permitted development, being particularly knowledgeable in the change of use of buildings from agricultural to residential and commercial uses.

She also assists in valuation work and estate management, as well as rural agency matters.

  • Rural development and diversification 
  • Strategic planning for farms and estates
  • Rural planning matters including permitted development and enforcement matters
  • Rural agency
  • A range of valuation work  including valuations for taxation and secured lending purposes
  • Estate management including tenancy matters and rent reviews
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Rural Spectator | Changes to Permitted Development Rights 2018

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The Government has recently announced changes to the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development Order) (England) 2015. Permitted development allows for certain forms of development to take place without the requirement for full planning permission and, as such, can often enhance opportunities where planning permission would not ordinarily be achievable.
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