Won at appeal: retrospective planning permission for boundary fencing in Moordown, Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce a successful appeal win for the erection of boundary fencing for a residential property in Moordown, Bournemouth. Boundary fencing was erected on a property fronting Redhill Drive due to concerns about safety and security. Unfortunately being taller than 1m and […]

Won on appeal: detached bungalow on back garden plot in Merley Lane, Poole

Borough of Poole:  Darryl Howells has successfully won an appeal to sever land and erect a detached bungalow with garage at the rear of a dwelling in Merley Lane, Poole. The scheme, originally designed by Poole-based architects Trinity Architecture, had been refused planning permission by the Borough of Poole Council […]

Won on appeal: change of use from C3 dwelling to C4 HMO in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce that we have been successful in winning another appeal this year for the change of use of a Use Class C3 dwellinghouse to a Use Class C4 six bedroom House in Multiple Occupancy (HMO). The client came to us following […]

Won on appeal: plot split and new four-bedroom house in Ashley Heath, Dorset

East Dorset District Council: Darryl Howells has won an appeal against the decision of East Dorset District Council to refuse planning permission to sever land and erect a four bedroom, detached dwelling with associated vehicular parking and pedestrian access, parking and secure cycle storage, tree protection and landscaping. The plans […]

Won on appeal: permission to demolish building and erect a block of 9 flats in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Darryl Howells has won an appeal against a decision to refuse planning permission for the demolition of a building formerly used as a doctor’s surgery and its replacement with a block of nine flats. The application was refused by Bournemouth Borough Council on the loss of a […]

Won at appeal: retrospective householder extensions/alterations in Alum Chine, Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce a successful appeal win for part retrospective householder alterations and extensions for a property in Alum Chine, Bournemouth. As works had already commenced on site, the applicant sought the assistance of Pure Town Planning to rectify the situation through a […]

Won on appeal: change of use to 6-bed HMO in Winton, Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are thrilled to announce that we have secured a potentially “game-changing” win at appeal against the decision of Bournemouth Borough Council for the change of use of a  Use Class C3 dwellinghouse to a 6-bedroom HMO (house in multiple occupancy) (Use Class C4) in the Winton East Ward of […]

Won on appeal: new detached dwelling following demolition of side extension in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Darryl Howells has secured an appeal win against Bournemouth Borough Council, to remove a side extension to the existing house and erect a detached new dwelling. The scheme originally drawn by DOT Architecture and submitted by them, was refused planning permission on the grounds that the scheme […]

Won on appeal: extensions and complete face-lift of house in Christchurch

Christchurch Borough Council: Darryl Howells has successfully won a householder appeal for alterations and additions to the existing property, including extensions and remodelling the facades. The proposed plans were prepared David James Architects & Partners Limited and sought to extend and modernise the layout and appearance of the dwelling. The proposed […]

Won on appeal: change of use of former council offices to 56 flats in Weymouth

Weymouth and Portland Borough Council: Pure Town Planning has won an appeal to convert the Former North Quay Council Offices into 56 self-contained flats. The application utilised permitted development rights that allow offices (B1(a) use) to be converted to residential (C3 use) use subject to compliance with the relevant restrictions. […]

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