Approved: certificate of lawfulness for B1 office in the New Forest National Park

New Forest National Park: Pure Town Planning are delighted to have recently secured a Certificate of Lawfulness to establish the existing use of an outbuilding as a B1(a) Office on a site outside of Sway in the New Forest National Park. The client approached Pure Town Planning wishing to maximise […]

Approved: permission for two storage containers on chicken farm at Fordingbridge

New Forest District Council: Pure Town Planning has recently achieved temporary planning permission for the temporary siting of two storage containers on a chicken farm on the northern edge of Fordingbridge. Nabney Plans prepared the supporting plans. We were approached by the farm owner who after a series of break […]

Approved: extension to dwelling by conversion of former stables at West Tytherley in Hampshire

Test Valley Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are delighted to announce that they have recently secured consent for the  conversion of former stables to create additional living space to a dwelling at West Tytherley in Hampshire. The necessary alterations approved included infilling the open front of the stable building with full height […]

Approved: conversion of pub to shop and flats in Harston near Cambridge

South Cambridgeshire District Council: Pure Town Planning have recently secured planning permission for alterations, extensions and change of use of an existing public house (Use Class A4) to a convenience store (Use Class A1) with two flats (Use Class C3) in Harston, a small village near Cambridge. The proposed development, which […]

Approved: variation of condition for parking layout at Winterslow in Wiltshire

Wiltshire Council: Darryl Howells has secured planning permission to vary a condition imposed on a decision notice issued in 2004, for the conversion of a pair of houses into 4 terraced houses. Condition 4 of the original consent required the implementation of a car parking and turning area, as shown […]

Approved: conversion of two workshop units into dwellings in the New Forest National Park

New Forest National Park Authority: Pure Town Planning are delighted to have recently secured two new residential units just outside of Sway in the New Forest National Park through a prior approval procedure for the change of use of two workshop units into residential use (B1(c) to C3) under Class […]

Approved: retrospective consent for change of use of industrial to vehicle breakers and repairs at Piddlehinton

West Dorset District Council: Pure Town Planning have recently secured retrospective planning permission for the change of use of an industrial building to a used parts retailer, motor vehicle repairs facility and breakers yard. The site, which is operated by Dorset-based company, JMC Auto Salvage, is situated within the Enterprise […]

Approved: extensions to house under construction and outbuilding near New Alresford, Winchester

Winchester City Council: Pure Town Planning were pleased to assist a client in obtaining consent for changes to a house under construction in the countryside near New Alresford, Hampshire. The house was approved some time ago on appeal against the strong objection of  Winchester City Council. The personal circumstances of […]

Won on appeal: two new holiday cottages in the green belt at Lychett Matravers, Dorset

Purbeck District Council: Darryl Howells has won an appeal for the erection of a pair of holiday cottages with associated parking and access following demolition of an existing barn and removal of a mobile home. The site is located outside the settlement boundary of the village of Lytchett Matravers near Poole and […]

Approved: conversion of agricultural building to house in Merley near Wimborne

Borough of Poole: Darryl Howells has secured Prior Approval consent for the  conversion of an agricultural building to a dwelling with associated access and parking.   The site is outside the settlement boundary which would normally mean the creation of a new dwelling in this location would be contrary to adopted […]

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