Cameron Jones Planning

Residential and Commercial Planning Advice

Cameron Jones Planning Ltd provides professional planning advice, preparation and management of applications, appeals, supporting statements, objection letters and commercial and residential site appraisals. We are based in Ascot, Berkshire and cover Berkshire, London Boroughs, Buckinghamshire, Hampshire, Surrey and Middlesex.

It is always advisable to instruct a Planning expert who can advise from the outset (prior to plans being drawn up) on how best the land can be developed and what planning considerations need to be taken into account. At Cameron Jones Planning, we pride ourselves on being able to give the best advice on the current planning policies and land restrictions.


We can advise on the likelihood of gaining planning permission for your proposal, write a supporting statement, submit the application and liaise with the Local Planning Authority with the aim to achieving planning permission.


Have you had planning permission refused? We can submit your appeal for you either via written representation, representing you at a Hearing or acting as an Expert Witness at Public Inquiry.

Objection Letters

Has your neighbour applied for planning permission and you want to object? We can draft a letter setting out the material planning considerations and how the development conflicts with planning policies.

Pre-application Advice

Not sure whether a house could be extended with or without planning permission? We can attend a house viewing and advise accordingly.
We can also review plans drawn up by architects/designers to advise on the likelihood of gaining permission.

Planning Constraints

If your property is subject to local or national development restrictions (Green Belt, Listed Building, Conservation Area, Floodzone etc.), we can advise you on what you can and cannot do to realise the true potential of your site.

Site Appraisals

We can undertake a thorough planning history search, a planning policy search from the relevant Council and establish what can be constructed or what use land can be put to.