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Planning Objections

Objecting to Planning Applications

From time to time a neighbour will submit a planning application that adversely affects your property and it is your right to object to that planning application. We are able to write persuasive objection letters on your behalf and to represent you at Planning Committee defending your position. We will only take on your case if we feel that there are valid material planning considerations that suggest the application should be refused.  Similarly you have the right to make representations as a third party in planning appeals and we can lodge objections and represent you at informal hearings and public inquiries if necessary.


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Anna Taylor

Trainee Legal Executive

Deborah Bradburn

ACILEx Paralegal and Assistant to Roger Leedham

Inga Pope

Associate Solicitor

Katie Owen

Associate Solicitor

Laura Hall

Associate Solicitor

Lianne Clenton Bray

Associate Solicitor

Michelle Vick

Partner, Associate

Pam Coniam

Conveyancing Executive

Jason Barnett


Roger Leedham

Senior Partner, Head of the Residential Conveyancing Department

Alice Henley

Legal Secretary

Anja Lloyd

Legal Secretary

Emma-Jane Toop


Georgina Ellis

Solicitors Apprentice

Joanne Cameron

Legal Secretary

Katie Harvey


Kayley Watkins


Liz Moynehan

Legal Secretary

Lois Phillips

Legal Secretary

Lydia Wragg

Solicitors Apprentice

Nikola Safronova

Solicitors Apprentice

Sophie Morton

Legal Secretary

Susan Stainton

Senior Secretary

Laura Bowie

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