Approved: prior approval for change of use from A2 office to residential in Winton, Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning Director, Matt Annen is pleased to announce that he has recently secured another permitted development prior approval allowing the partial change of use from Use Class A2 (professional and financial services) to a one bedroom studio flat (Use Class C3) in Winton, Bournemouth. The client […]

Approved: new cycle storage for major office building in Bournemouth town centre

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are “wheelie” pleased to announce that we have secured planning permission for a new cycle store to serve a large office building along Richmond Hill in Bournemouth town centre. The applicant approached us as the two existing cycle stores on site were already well […]

Approved: erection of a new mixed-use building on Pokesdown High Street, Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are delighted to have recently secured planning permission for another multi-unit scheme within the Pokesdown area of Bournemouth. This time we obtained planning permission for the demolition of an existing run-down, tired building and the erection of a new mixed-use block consisting of commercial (Use […]

Won at appeal: retrospective planning permission for boundary fencing in Moordown, Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce a successful appeal win for the erection of boundary fencing for a residential property in Moordown, Bournemouth. Boundary fencing was erected on a property fronting Redhill Drive due to concerns about safety and security. Unfortunately being taller than 1m and […]

Approved: certificate of lawfulness for use of former hotel as HMO in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning have recently secured a Lawful Development Certificate for an existing use. In this particular application, the building had some time ago been converted from a hotel into a “sui generis” house in multiple occupancy (HMO) in the East Cliff ward of Bournemouth. A sui […]

Approved: extension to form a new flat in Meyrick Park and Talbot Woods Conservation Area, Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning have recently secured consent for alterations and a rear extension to an existing block of flats to form a further flat within the Meyrick Park and Talbot Woods Conservation Area. The scheme was designed by Barry J Mills Limited. As part of the application, […]

Approved: replacement dwelling in the Knole Road Conservation Area in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce that we have secured planning permission for the erection of a replacement dwelling with associated access and parking (revised scheme) on Hengist Road in the setting of the Knole Road Conservation Area in Bournemouth. The scheme, designed by Anders Roberts […]

Won on appeal: change of use from C3 dwelling to C4 HMO in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce that we have been successful in winning another appeal this year for the change of use of a Use Class C3 dwellinghouse to a Use Class C4 six bedroom House in Multiple Occupancy (HMO). The client came to us following […]

Approved: conversion of nightclub into two shops in Bournemouth town centre

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning have recently obtained planning permission for the conversion of a former nightclub into two self-contained shops (with flexible consent for Use Class A1 or A2 uses) including alterations to the ground floor elevation including stallrisers, glazing divisions, sufficient space for facias and a clear […]

Won on appeal: permission to demolish building and erect a block of 9 flats in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Darryl Howells has won an appeal against a decision to refuse planning permission for the demolition of a building formerly used as a doctor’s surgery and its replacement with a block of nine flats. The application was refused by Bournemouth Borough Council on the loss of a […]

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