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  • Commercial Property

    Advertising Planning Permission

    Dear all,

    We have a large commercial building with a wall that is exposed to large amount of traffic on a daily basis.

    I have enquired with our the council and turns out, advertising planning permission will be required.

    Has anyone ever dealt with an advertising planning permission application before? I have registered on the 'planning portal' and seen the list of requirements that seem a bit too technical for me.

    Has anyone ever worked with an agency or specialist in attaining advertising planning permissions in the past?

    Anything that helps with this will be most appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Yes  Highways  is usually the issue with visibility splays

    The first thing to do is to establish whether there is any demand which will dicatae themost suitable baord and size .  If there is one of the poster comapnies will pay you you a rental(to be negotaited ) and attend  to all planning matters   at their costs

    Let me know what road it is on and I can quickly tell you if you are wasting your time

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    Speak to JC Decaux.

    If they like the site, they will negotiate a rental deal with you and sort out the planning themselves.

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    Hiya, ive made advertising applications before for developers. I believe you are talking about signage/billboard on the side of your building not a freestanding sign? In which case you dont need to worry about highway vis. Splays.
    What the LA are likely to be concerned with are the size of the advert, whether it will be illuminated, whether it will be visually intrusive i.e. to existing neighbours and visual impact, especially if it is in a conservation area. 
    You can always search for similar applications on the LA website for that, or any other planning authority, crib the detail thats appropriate for your situation and apply for pre application advice. A bit of digging should sort you out
    Good luck
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