Hancock Town Planning undertakes both large and small projects, with recent examples of work including:

-  securing planning permission for redevelopment of former industrial premises within Redditch for 75 homes;

-  securing planning permission for redevelopment of a caravan storage site on the edge of Walsall for 12 dwellings;

securing planning permission for changes of use of numerous properties across the country to children's day nurseries;

-  securing permission for a 112 bed student accommodation hall within Birmingham;

-  change of use of various sites throughout the country to vehicle rental centres for 'Thrifty Car and Van Rental';

-  planning permission for a Local Needs 'exception' house within a Warwickshire village;

-  planning permission for extension to the clubhouse at Lichfield Golf and Country Club;

-  planning and listed building consent for a significant extension to a listed building within Warwick District;

-  achieving consent for the expansion of a haulage yard within the West Midlands Green Belt;

-  gaining planning permission for numerous 'village infill' developments within local villages;

-  securing Class Q Permitted Development consents for residential conversion of various rural buildings;

- winning a planning appeal for an extension of opening hours for a car valeting centre within a predominantly residential area;

- winning an appeal for a Certificate of Lawful Development confirming that a large outbuilding would constitute Permitted Development; and

-  removal of a restrictive holiday-let condition on property within Warwickshire.