The best laid plans

April 2002
Cabinet Maker;4/5/2002, Issue 5281, p6
Trade Publication
Focuses on the problems encountered in planning application of John Seacome, a chartered town planner of the law firm Eversheds. Coordination of planning application with the policy control considerations; Citation of the problems encountered by trade warehouses in obtaining permission; Examination in obtaining planning application permission.


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