Approved: two chalet bungalows in Barton on Sea

New Forest District Council: Matt Annen is pleased to confirm that planning permission has been granted for the demolition of an existing tired, run-down bungalow and the erection of two chalet bungalows on Barton Lane, Barton-on-sea, New Milton. The scheme was designed by local firm; DOT Architecture. The application was […]

Approved: extensions to house in Brockenhurst, Hampshire

New Forest National Park Authority: Jess Glover is delighted to announce that she has recently secured planning permission for householder extensions to the existing dwelling in Brockenhurst. Plans were designed and drawn by DOT Architecture. The proposed extensions sought to provide additional accommodation at first floor and also within the […]

Approved: two semi-detached houses in Poole Park Conservation Area

Borough of Poole: Pure Town Planning are delighted with our recent approval on the edge of Poole Park Conservation Area for the demolition of the existing two flats on site and the erection of a pair of semi-detached houses. The scheme in Twemlow Avenue  was designed by DOT Architecture. The proposed […]

Approved: six houses to replace three in Lower Parkstone, Poole

Borough of Poole: Pure Town Planning are excited to announce that we have recently secured planning permission for the erection of six dwellings with associated access and parking on a brownfield site located at Powell Road, Poole. The application site is currently occupied by three detached dwellings from the post […]

Won on appeal: new detached dwelling following demolition of side extension in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Darryl Howells has secured an appeal win against Bournemouth Borough Council, to remove a side extension to the existing house and erect a detached new dwelling. The scheme originally drawn by DOT Architecture and submitted by them, was refused planning permission on the grounds that the scheme […]