Approved: conversion of historic buildings to 30 residential dwellings in Netley

Eastleigh Borough Council: Darryl Howells has successfully received planning permission for the conversion of ancillary police training buildings (use class C2) to provide 30 two-bedroom dwellings (use class C3) with associated elevational alterations, amenity areas and car parking. The application site comprises of ten single storey buildings of a simple […]

Approved: new house on lock-up garage site in Hamble, Hampshire

Eastleigh Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce the approval of a new dwelling in Hamble in Hampshire. The site is accessed by a narrow entrance at the end of a long cul-de-sac and presently is occupied by a row of lock-up garages for which there is limited […]

Approved: change of use of industrial buildings to taxi hire depot in Eastleigh

Eastleigh Borough Council: Pure Town Planning has just helped out a private vehicle hire company operating from an industrial estate in Eastleigh by securing retrospective planning permission. The company specialises in providing transport to take disabled children to school across Hampshire and had been operating from the industrial estate for many […]

Eastleigh launches Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) consultation

Eastleigh Borough Council: The kids down at Eastleigh Borough Council, sandwiched between the CIL high fliers at Southampton City and Fareham Borough and the up-and-coming Winchester City, have gamely thrown themselves back into the ring with a strong second round consultation on a Community Infrastructure Levy Draft Charging Schedule (available […]

Approved: first larger permitted development extension in Eastleigh

Eastleigh Borough Council: The new permitted development rights set out in The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment) (England) Order 2013 which include the potential for larger single-storey rear extensions to dwellings (see our Briefing Note) came into force on 30 May 2013. The same day we served notice on Eastleigh […]

Eastleigh Borough Council forced to consider extending housing allocations

Eastleigh Borough Council today launches a new consultation following up its Local Plan consultation in the winter. It seems that the latest evidence suggests under performance against housing figures, partly as a result of lower densities coming forward. So they are having to consult on enlarged housing allocations which includes […]