Approved: conversion of outbuilding to care home staff accommodation in Boscombe

BCP Council (Bournemouth): Phoebe Milner is delighted to announce that she has recently secured planning permission for alterations and single storey extension to a garage to use as sleeping accommodation for care home staff. The client wished to increase the amount of accommodation for the staff without reducing the amount of […]

Approved: change of use to flexible uses for charity in Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth): Dan Wilden is pleased to have secured a flexible planning permission for the use of a building for education, office and storage uses. The building is question is in the Southbourne area of Bournemouth and despite clearly being in commercial use for many years did not have […]

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: storage container for wildlife charity in South Downs National Park

South Downs National Park Authority (Winchester City Council): Pure Town Planning are pleased to have just secured planning permission for the siting of a shipping container at a nature reserve just outside Winchester in the South Downs National Park. Our client Butterfly Conservation is a registered conservation charity with a […]

Approved: planning and listed building consents for major campus redevelopment at Bournemouth and Poole College

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to have secured full planning permission and listed building consent for major redevelopment works at the Lansdowne Campus of the Bournemouth and Poole College. The scheme aims to vastly improve the student experience and efficiency of the campus by replacing aging and […]

Approved: listed building consent for a replacement staircase in the New Forest National Park

New Forest National Park Authority: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce that we have just secured listed building consent for the installation of a replacement internal staircase within a Grade II listed curtilage building situated near Ringwood within the New Forest National Park. The property, which is an attractive […]

Approved: certificate of lawful use for charity to use HMO as single household with care

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce that, working with Design & Development Associates Ltd, we have recently secured a Lawful Development Certificate confirming a proposed change of use from a C4 Dwellinghouse (House of Multiple Occupation) to a C3 (b) dwellinghouse. A C3 (b) Use for […]

Won on appeal: consent for classroom buildings at Bournemouth language school

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning have just won an appeal for our clients – one of Bournemouth’s oldest international schools – securing consent to retain two classroom buildings. The school had temporary consent for the two classroom buildings on its campus and, with that due to expire, they applied to […]

Approved: new church hall in the green belt at St Leonards, Dorset

East Dorset District Council: Having already achieved outline planning, Pure Town Planning were pleased to successfully negotiate the reserved matters for a new church hall through the planning system. This now gives full consent for the purpose-built church hall in the green belt just off the A31 at St Leonards in Dorset. […]

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