Approved: conversion of historic barn to three bedroom house in Stalbridge, Dorset

North Dorset District Council: Pure Town Planning have recently secured planning permission to convert a historic barn to a three-bedroom dwelling in Stalbridge, Dorset. The barn dates from the 1800’s and has a stone/cobble exterior under a concrete tile roof with timber fenestration and a later garage door. It was […]

Approved: conversion of historic buildings to 30 residential dwellings in Netley

Eastleigh Borough Council: Darryl Howells has successfully received planning permission for the conversion of ancillary police training buildings (use class C2) to provide 30 two-bedroom dwellings (use class C3) with associated elevational alterations, amenity areas and car parking. The application site comprises of ten single storey buildings of a simple […]

Approved: planning permission for replacement house in conservation area in Poole

Borough of Poole: Darryl Howells has secured outline planning permission to demolish a house in the Branksome Park and Chine Gardens Conservation Area and erect a replacement 3 storey, detached 6-bedroom mansion with attached swimming pool complex and triple garage. The matters approved were access, appearance, scale and layout. The […]

Approved: conversion of nightclub into two shops in Bournemouth town centre

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning have recently obtained planning permission for the conversion of a former nightclub into two self-contained shops (with flexible consent for Use Class A1 or A2 uses) including alterations to the ground floor elevation including stallrisers, glazing divisions, sufficient space for facias and a clear […]

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 […]

Approved: alterations to existing building to form four flats above retail unit on Poole High Street

Borough of Poole: Pure Town Planning were pleased to recently achieve planning consent for alterations and extensions to an existing building to retain existing retail unit and create four residential flats above in Poole’s High Street. The property was within a conservation area and directly adjacent to a Listed Building and this […]

Approved: planning and listed building consents for major campus redevelopment at Bournemouth and Poole College

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to have secured full planning permission and listed building consent for major redevelopment works at the Lansdowne Campus of the Bournemouth and Poole College. The scheme aims to vastly improve the student experience and efficiency of the campus by replacing aging and […]

Approved: conversion of historic water tower as part of 17-apartment scheme in Poole

Borough of Poole: Pure Town Planning are delighted to report that planning permission and listed building consent has been granted for the residential redevelopment of the Mansfield Road Water Tower in Parkstone, Poole. The water tower in Mansfield Road, Parkstone is a Grade II listed building designed in the Italianate style […]

Approved: redevelopment of pub to form eight flats in Waterlooville, Hampshire

Havant Borough Council: Darryl Howells has secured planning permission for the redevelopment and alterations of a pub in Waterlooville to provide a total of eight apartments. The approved scheme was designed by local architect B H Architect Limited following an interesting planning history. A first scheme that sought the demolition […]

Approved: plot split and new house in Meyrick Park and Talbot Woods Conservation Area, Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are delighted to announce that they have secured planning permission for a plot split and erection of a family dwelling in the Meyrick Park and Talbot Woods Conservation Area. An application for a similar scheme was refused on the site and dismissed at appeal […]

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