Ivy Legal offers a simple and revolutionary approach to planning and planning enforcement. We are unique combination of a specialist planning law firm, a planning consultancy service and a main contractor for enforcement work.
Our goal is to offer a one-stop shop for your planning and planning enforcement needs. Too often the planning system is let down by weak and ineffectual enforcement, with breaches becoming immune due to lack of council resource and effective action being hidebound by conservative legal advice. Our planners and lawyers work together to ensure that enforcement action is taken on planning breaches quickly and firmly. Our contractors are standing by to ensure full compliance with that enforcement action. Our legal team will prosecute and confiscate with the drive and resolve that you would want from a private practice law firm.
Our contact number is 020 3745 5896 .
Ivy Legal Limited is a private limited company registered in England, with Company Registration number 8408137 and office at 3rd floor, 26 Finsbury Square, London EC2A 1DS.
Ivy Legal is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (the independent regulatory body of the Law Society of England and Wales). The firm´s SRA registration number is 596645. Ivy Legal is registered for VAT purposes with VAT registration number 156 6368 81.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority regulations can be found at: http://www.sra.org.uk/solicitors/code-of-conduct.page
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Ivy Legal is a member of the Legal Sector Alliance. The Legal Sector Alliance is an inclusive movement of law firms and organisations committed to working collaboratively to take action on climate change by reducing their carbon footprint and adopting environmentally sustainable practices.
Ivy Legal is a member of the English Heritage Alliance to Reduce Crime Against Heritage (ARCH). ARCH is a voluntary national network which takes forward initiatives to tackle heritage crime and galvanise local action as part of the Heritage Crime Programme. The overriding objective of the group is to reduce the amount of crime that causes damage to or interferes with the enjoyment of heritage assets in England.