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Rix & Kay is one of the only law firms in the South East with dedicated legal planning expertise. Our technical know-how allows us to support companies, individuals and other professionals who have planning teams, who may need legal advice on contentious issues.

Our technical know how and understanding of the planning system can make a huge difference to the success of applications. Our lawyers support on all aspects of the process including reviewing draft applications for compliance with the local planning authority’s and other stakeholders’ requirements.

We have particular expertise in advising on complex S106 negotiations as well as on certificate or lawfulness; advising on inquiries and statutory appeals including instructing counsel.

We ensure that our unique expertise is on hand should legal support be required to drive forward planning applications and consent. Our understanding of planning policy framework and its interaction with the law means we are well placed to give whatever legal support is required.

Dedicated expertise includes:

 

Your most convenient Rix & Kay office.

Ashford Office
Suite 4c, Third Floor,
International House, Dover Place
Ashford, Kent, TN23 1HU

Tel: 01233 225660
Fax: N/A
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Brighton & Hove Office
7 The Drive
Brighton & Hove
BN3 3JS

Tel: 01273 329797
Fax: 01273 324082
DX: 59257 Hove

Seaford Office
26 Sutton Park Road
Seaford, East Sussex
BN25 1QU

Tel: 01323 897766
Fax: 01323 490278
DX: 38905 Seaford

Sevenoaks Office
16 South Park
Sevenoaks
Kent
TN13 1AN

Tel: 01732 440855
Fax: 01732 440854
DX: 30025 Sevenoaks

Uckfield Office
The Courtyard
River Way
Uckfield, East Sussex
TN22 1SL

Tel: 01825 761555
Fax: 01825 764172
DX: 133963 Uckfield 2

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