BCP Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce we have secured planning permission for a 3/4 storey mixed use development comprising 9 residential flats and office space on Southcote Road, Bournemouth.
The proposal sees the demolition of the existing commercial premises on land rear of Southcote Road in place of a more contemporary style redevelopment of flat roof design with central courtyard to provide additional amenity to future occupants. The proposal also sought to retain a similar degree of commercial office space, given the site’s location within the Council’s allocated Employment Area. The overall design was welcomed by Officers as delivering a 9 unit residential development which will continue to safeguard the amenity of neighbouring properties fronting Southcote Road. The application also secured support from Bournemouth Civic Society in respect of a mix of residential units, office facilities and commercial operations co-existing on the northern side of Southcote Road.
Pure Town Planning previously secured the appeal for a 15 unit residential redevelopment on a nearby site at 11a Southcote Road. Give the highly sustainable location of both the appeal site and the currently approved application at land rear of Nos. 27-31, such developments assist in rejuvenating the town centre and providing a more appropriate combination of residential and commercial/office spaces.
Through extensive consultation with the LPA, all points of issue were fully addressed to deliver the approved scheme, which makes a further contribution to Bournemouth’s housing stock, without the loss of the existing commercial/office space in this sustainable location.
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