Approved: two houses approved in Bournemouth with no affordable housing contribution

Bournemouth Borough Council: Another week goes by and yes another residential planning approval in Bournemouth with no affordable housing contribution. I think this is what they call ‘being on a roll’. The latest addition to the winning streak was in the Moordown area of Bournemouth. Now, I will freely admit we […]

Approved: change of use from shop to restaurant in Bournemouth town centre

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning has just received an approval for the latest restaurant in Bournemouth town centre in the former Jones Bootmaker shop in Wessex House, Gervis Place. Despite objections from the neighbouring businesses and a tricky four storey extraction duct issue to deal with, Pure Town Planning efficiently obtained […]

Inspector approves Bournemouth Core Strategy

Planning Inspector Geoff Salter BA MRTPI has issued his report on the examination into Bournemouth Borough Council‘s proposed Core Strategy. The conclusion is that subject to the inclusion of the (previously notified and consulted upon) “main modifications” the Core Strategy is ‘sound’. Bournemouth Borough Council can now go ahead and adopt the modified […]

Approved: four houses in Southbourne no affordable housing contribution

Bournemouth Borough Council:Pure Town Planning have just successfully persuaded Bournemouth Borough Council and the District Valuer that a scheme for 4 dwellings in Southbourne should not be liable for any affordable housing contribution whatsoever. Pure Town Planning were called in to assist when the architect, having submitted the planning application, was […]

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