Won on appeal: advertisement consent for illuminated sign in New Milton, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Dan Wilden has recently won an advertisement consent appeal against a refusal of advertisement consent by New Forest District Council. Pure Town Planning recently secured a subsequent consent for a new illuminated sign on the gable end wall of a commercial property in New Milton town centre […]

Approved: seven houses on backland site in Holbury, New Forest

New Forest District Council: Pure Town Planning, acting as agents alongside Aspire Architects, are pleased to have secured planning consent for a scheme of seven houses on a backland site in Holbury, Hampshire. The application was a particularly complex one involving numerous planning issues including ecology, garden sizes and agreeing […]

Approved: advertisement consent for illuminated sign in New Milton, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Dan Wilden has recently secured advertisement consent for a new illuminated sign on the gable end wall of a commercial property in New Milton town centre. The wall in question has a recent planning history since a large logo was painted on there without advertisement consent. […]

Approved: extension to factory building in Ferndown Industrial Estate, Dorset

Dorset Council: Pure Town Planning Director, Dan Wilden is pleased to have secured planning permission for the extension of a factory building at a site in the Ferndown Industrial Estate. The plans were produced by Nabney Plans. Prior to submission of the application we sought the advice of the County […]

Approved: two detached houses in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire

Wiltshire Council: Pure Town Planning director Dan Wilden is pleased to have recently secured planning consent for two four-bedroom detached houses in the south Wiltshire village of Broad Chalke. The site lies on the outskirts of the village within the conservation area. It is occupied by a chalet bungalow which […]

Approved: ten houses on vehicle scrapyard site in rural Kent

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce that Dan Wilden has secured planning consent for ten detached houses at a vehicle scrapyard site in the Kent countryside near Paddock Wood. The scheme was designed by architects ARC Architecture. Planning consent had previously been secured for a […]

Approved: planning permission for four detached homes in St Ives, Dorset

Dorset Council: Darryl Howells has secured full planning permission for the demolition of an existing bungalow and the erection of four detached chalet bungalows on a site in St Ives near Ringwood, in the former administrative boundary of East Dorset District Council. The site came with a lot of baggage […]

Approved: certificates of lawfulness for five flats in Bournemouth

BCP Council: Darryl Howells has secured five separate Certificates of Lawfulness, authorising five flats in a building in Bournemouth town centre that was converted without the benefit of planning permission. The client instructed Darryl, in acknowledgement of the planning enforcement expertise that Darryl gained during his 16 years of Local […]

Approved: two detached houses in Upper Parkstone, Poole

BCP Council (former Borough of Poole): Pure Town Planning are excited to announce that we have recently secured full planning permission for the erection of two detached dwellings to the rear of Granville Road, Poole. The application site forms No.12 Granville Road and the rear garden of No.14 Granville Road. […]

Approved: storage container for wildlife charity in South Downs National Park

South Downs National Park Authority (Winchester City Council): Pure Town Planning are pleased to have just secured planning permission for the siting of a shipping container at a nature reserve just outside Winchester in the South Downs National Park. Our client Butterfly Conservation is a registered conservation charity with a […]

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