Approved: advertisement and listed building consent for adult gaming centre in Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth area): Jess Glover MRTPI has recently secured advertisement consent and listed building consent for an adult gaming centre on Old Christchurch Road, Bournemouth. This permission follows on from the recent approval for the change of use of the former bank to adult gaming centre in 2021. The […]

Approved: erection of externally illuminated signage in Bournemouth town centre

BCP Council: Matt Annen, a Director of the firm, is pleased to confirm that he has recently secured advertisement consent for erection of a fascia sign externally illuminated by LED lighting and an externally illuminated projecting sign. The signs are in assciation with River Aesthetics new town centre cosmetic clinic which we also […]

Approved: External renovation and internal alterations at Burlington Arcade, Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth):  Matt Annen, a director of the firm is delighted to announce that planning permission and advertisement consent has been secured for alterations to the elevations to include replacement windows at upper floors, replacement archway structures, insertion of green wall and new TV/monitors on the Burlington Arcade in […]

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: 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: external alterations and advertisement consent at car show room in Dorchester

West Dorset District Council: Pure Town Planning has recently secured planning permission for external alterations to facilitate internal building works to increase the area of car showroom. Running concurrently with this application was an advertisement application for the installation of four no. Illuminated fascia signs and two no. illuminated signs. […]

Approved: advertisement consent in a conservation area in Ringwood, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Pure Town Planning has recently secured advertisement consent for the installation of a new advertisement for a fish and chip shop in the Ringwood Conservation Area. The consent permits the installation of a non-illuminated fascia sign and a new illuminated hanging sign above with the plans […]

Approved: advertisement consents in Wimborne Minster conservation area

East Dorset District Council: Pure Town Planning has recently secured advertisement consent for the installation of three advertisements at commercial premises in the Wimborne Minster Conservation Area. The consent permits the installation of a side panel, directional sign and fascia at the new offices of Ellis Jones Solicitors at 39A […]

Approved: change of use from warehouse to car showroom and workshop in Dorchester

West Dorset District Council: Pure Town Planning have recently secured planning permission for the change of use from a warehouse into a car sales showroom and MOT workshop along with various building works to facilitate the development. Running concurrently with this application was an advertisement application for the installation of […]

Approved: listed building and advertisement consent for signage in Andover, Hampshire

Test Valley Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to have secured retrospective consent for fascia signage at a shop in Andover town centre in Hampshire. As the sign was fixed to a listed building both advertisement consent and listed building consent were required – something our client had not […]

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