Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

It is always pleasing when we see our professional expertise acknowledged by other professionals. We were therefore particularly pleased to come across a posting on a potential competitor firm’s website that includes a chunk of an article we published in March 2018 about the extension of Class Q permitted development rights: https://www.en-plan.co.uk/barn-conversion-essex . We are pleased that EN-PLAN has left in the attribution to Brian and welcome any planning related enquiries from the Midlands and the Eastern Counties.

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