Won on appeal: retrospective consent for annexe in green belt at Christchurch

BCP Council (former Christchurch Borough): Dan Wilden is pleased to have won an appeal against the BCP Council and thus secured planning permission to allow the retention of an existing annexe building in the green belt near Christchurch. Our client recently built the annexe following the issuing of a certificate […]

Won on appeal: detached house on rear garden in Broadstone, Poole

BCP Council (Poole): Pure Town Planning are pleased to have won an appeal against BCP Council resulting in planning permission being granted for one detached house on a back garden site in Broadstone, Dorset. The outline scheme was designed by DMW Architects. The Council turned down the proposal on grounds […]

Approved: two storey outbuilding in the New Forest National Park

New Forest National Park Authority:  Pure Town Plannning has secured planning permission for the erection of a large detached outbuilding to accommodate double garage and garden store on the ground floor, with an office, gymnasium and ancillary store at first floor. The plans were prepared by Barry J Mills Limited, […]

Approved: minor amendments to approved housing scheme in Salisbury

Wiltshire Council:  Pure Town Planning recently secured approveal of a Section 73 application to vary two conditions imposed upon a scheme for additional housing that they won at appeal two years ago.  The amendments that required planning permission were the changes to the roof form to remove a flat roof […]

Approved: conversion of two buildings to six flats in Bournemouth conservation area

BCP Council (Bournemouth area): Jess Glover is delighted to announce that she has secured planning permission for extensions, alterations and the conversion of buildings to six flats with associated access and parking on Bryanstone Road, Bournemouth. The plans were drawn by ARC Architecture. The site is in the Meyrick Park […]

Approved: alterations to house in conservation area in Poole

BCP Council (Poole):  Pure Town Planning are pleased to secure full planning permission for householder alterations to a house in The Avenue Conservation Area in Poole.  The building is a recognised by the Council as offering architectural merit to the conservation area therefore considered to be a positive contributor.  The applicant […]

Approved: extension and alterations to enlarge bungalow in Christchurch

BCP Council (Christchurch): Pure Town Planning are pleased to secure planning permission for the conversion of a bungalow with some accommodation in the loft space, to a larger, 4-bedroom chalet bungalow. The applicant and his family purchased this site as being their dream location, however due to restrictive size of […]

Approved: certificate of lawfulness for HMO in Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth): Pure Town Planning are pleased to secure a Certificate of Lawfulness for the change of use of a dwelling to a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO).   Under the planning legislation, the use of a HMO that was converted without the benefit of planning permission beforehand, can receive […]

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