Won on appeal: two storey side extension to house in Springbourne

BCP Council (Bournemouth): Jess Glover is delighted to announce that she has recently won an appeal against BCP Council for demolition of garage, alterations and two storey extension to a house on Windham Road in Bournemouth, with the plans drawn by Anders Roberts Cheer Architecture. The appeal site is occupied […]

Approved: two semi-detached houses in Pokesdown, Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth): Director of Pure Town Planning Dan Wilden is pleased to have secured planning consent for a pair of semi-detached houses for a site on Christchurch Road in the Pokesdown area of Bournemouth. The site has remained undeveloped since mid 20th century and had been used for many […]

Won on appeal: new outbuilding at a house in the New Forest National Park

New Forest National Park Authority: Director of Pure Town Planning Dan Wilden is pleased to have won a planning appeal against a decision of the New Forest National Park Authority. The appeal site is a house in the village of Ashurst where it was proposed to replace an existing garage […]

2020 Housing Delivery Test results impact planning policy at Dorset authorities

England: The Government have just published the 2020 Housing Delivery Test (HDT) results for English local authorities. The purpose of the table is to track how each Local Planning Authority is doing in terms of its housing delivery, and expose those which are failing. The implications of the HDT 2020 results […]

Approved: floodlit multi-use games area (MUGA) in St Ives, Dorset

Dorset Council (former East Dorset District): Dan Wilden, Director of Pure Town Planning is pleased to have secured planning permission for a multi-use games area (MUGA) at a primary school in St Ives near Ringwood. The proposal, on the existing school playing field, was for a new “astro” pitch measuring […]

Approved: new boatyard on the River Stour at Christchurch

BCP Council (Christchurch): Dan Wilden, director of Pure Town Planning is pleased to have secured full planning permission for a new boatyard on the River Stour at Christchurch reached from Bailey Drive. The application was made on behalf of River Shack Boats who are currently established in Christchurch at Wick […]

Approved: alterations and change of use to HMO in Moordown

BCP Council (Bournemouth area): Jess Glover is pleased to announce that she has recently secured planning permission for alterations and change of use to a House in Multiple Occupation (C4 Use Class) in the Moordown area of Bournemouth. The change of use from C3 dwellinghouse to C4 House in Multiple […]

Approved: thirty sheds for thirty houses in Netley Abbey

Eastleigh District Council:  Darryl Howells, a director of the firm has secured planning permission to position a timber shed in the rear garden of each of thirty houses on a housing estate located within a registered Listed Park. Darryl and the client had previously secured planning permission to convert former police […]

Approved: certificates of lawfulness to secure use as four flats in Bournemouth town centre

BCP Council (Bournemouth):  Matt Annen, a director of the firm is pleased to have secured two certificate of lawfulness each for the proposed use of the first and second floors of a property to be used as two flats in The Triangle area of Bournemouth. The two properties were adjacent premises […]

Approved: variation of condition on vehicle workshop in Liphook, Hampshire

East Hampshire District Council: Dan Wilden, Director of Pure Town Planning has secured a consent to vary a condition attached to a planning consent for a vehicle workshop unit in Liphook, Hampshire. For our client it was a tricky scenario. They were about to complete on the purchase of a […]

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