Planning Consultants &
Flood Risk Assessment
AAH Planning Consultants is a planning consultancy, delivering flood risk and environmental assessment solutions for clients nationally, but focusing on Yorkshire and London. We work with a broad range of business sectors including advertising, commercial, industrial, residential and the growing sector of renewable energy. Our multidiscipline team of consultants are all professionally qualified, and include members of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) and the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA). The synergy of our consultants allows us to deliver successful planning solutions from appeals to green travel plans and architectural masterplanning.
Our role is to provide well structured solutions for even the most challenging situations and then guide you through the planning process so that you get what you want from the planning system. We have developed cost effective pricing structures to ensure that our clients receive the best service at the right price.
Please feel free to contact us for a no obligation discussion.
Flood Risk Assessmentclick for more info
We offer this service for all types and scales of development where information regarding flood risk is requested by the local planning authority as part of the planning application.
We are able to resolve concerns from the environmental agency through our comprehensive assessments. We are able to offer UK wide services as we have consultants throughout the UK.
The Appeal Serviceclick for more info
If your application has been refused, then AAH Planning Appeal Service may be an effective option to provides you with a planning report.
This is known as the 'grounds of appeal', which will better re-represent your proposal to The Planning Inspectorate.
Pre Application Serviceclick for more info
AAH Planning Service provides you with the necessary planning reports, which will best represent your proposal to The Planning Department.
Planning Statements will ensure that your application has the best chances of success from the outset by demonstrating to the Council that the proposal has considered all relevant planning law and legislation prior to submission.