Environmental & Planning Issues

Environmental and Planning Lawyers Glasgow, Scotland

Every business, whatever their size, requires to take heed of planning and environmental legal considerations. Planning law is already wide and complex, and environmental law is increasingly so. Taking expert planning and environmental law at the start of a project can prevent delay and cost further down the line.

Planning and Environmental Law for Business

Planning lawyers Glasgow

We can assist on the full spectrum of planning and environmental legal issues that may affect your business. From pre-application planning enquiries, to steering planning applications, to negotiating and drafting any required contracts to planning appeals, our commercial property law team can help with every stage of the planning application process.

Environmental lawyers Glasgow

As we become more concerned with our long-term impact on the planet’s climate, environmental considerations are increasingly at the forefront of the limits imposed on businesses. We can advise on air & water pollution control, waste management & recycling, hazardous & radioactive substances, UK, EU & international environmental law and any other environmental legal issues which impact your business.

We act for businesses small and large, private individuals, tenants and landlords.

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For legal advice on property development in Glasgow, please call on 0141 221 1919 or fill in our online contact form

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