The right of appeal is one of the most important features of the planning system and planning appeals form a significant part of our workload. Often architects will approach us to appeal when things have gone wrong with an application. But an appeal can also be a key part of a planning strategy – sometimes you don’t know if you have maximised the development potential of a site unless you have tested the limits on appeal. Sometimes an appeal is the only way of overcoming a local “political” objection.

Don’t forget you only get 6-months to appeal a planning decision (12 weeks for a householder application) so if you have recently had a refusal don’t delay call Pure Town Planning for advice.

 

Latest Appeal News…

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

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 cot[...]
Won on appeal: demolition of flats and erection of two semi-detached houses in Parkstone, Poole

Won on appeal: demolition of flats and erection of two semi-detached houses in Parkstone, Poole

Borough of Poole:  Pure Town Planning has won an appeal against the decision of the Borough to Poole[...]
Won on appeal: conversion of dance studio into four flats in Boscombe

Won on appeal: conversion of dance studio into four flats in Boscombe

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning has recently secured an appeal win for the conversio[...]
Won on appeal with full award of costs: four houses in Salisbury Wiltshire

Won on appeal with full award of costs: four houses in Salisbury Wiltshire

Wiltshire Council:  Darryl Howells has won another planning appeal this time in Salisbury, resulting[...]
Won on appeal: two bungalows on a rear garden site in Barton-on-Sea, Hampshire

Won on appeal: two bungalows on a rear garden site in Barton-on-Sea, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Pure Town Planning have won another planning appeal this time in Barton[...]
Won on appeal: remodel and contemporary extension of existing house in Bournemouth

Won on appeal: remodel and contemporary extension of existing house in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Darryl Howells has successfully won a householder appeal for alteration[...]
Won at appeal: two dwellings in Branksome Park, Poole

Won at appeal: two dwellings in Branksome Park, Poole

Borough of Poole Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce another successful appeal win f[...]
Won on appeal: retrospective consent for an outbuilding in Moordown, Bournemouth

Won on appeal: retrospective consent for an outbuilding in Moordown, Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning is pleased to announce a recent retrospective appeal[...]
Won on appeal: demolition of garage and erect detached bungalow on a backland plot in Newtown, Poole

Won on appeal: demolition of garage and erect detached bungalow on a backland plot in Newtown, Poole

Borough of Poole: Pure Town Planning have secured planning permission at appeal for the demolition o[...]
Won on appeal: detached dwelling on a backland plot split in Christchurch, Dorset

Won on appeal: detached dwelling on a backland plot split in Christchurch, Dorset

Christchurch Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce another successful appeal w[...]