Approved: eight detached houses in Titchfield, Fareham

Fareham Borough Council: Neil McKeon is delighted to have secured outline planning permission for the erection of 8 houses in Titchfield, Fareham. The proposal sees the demolition of the frontage dwelling to allow access to the amalgamated land to the rear of Segensworth Road to accommodate this residential development. The […]

Approved: two dwellings in Locks Heath, Southampton

Fareham Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are celebrating a successful approval for a 2-unit residential redevelopment in Locks Heath, Southampton. The application site consists of a single chalet bungalow fronting Warsash Road.  The proposal sees the demolition of the existing bungalow and erection of two 4-bedroom detached family dwellings with […]

Approved: scheme of 46 sheltered retirement apartments in Park Gate, Hampshire

Fareham Borough Council: Pure Town Planning were very pleased to recently obtain planning consent for a scheme of retirement apartments in Park Gate near Fareham in Hampshire, acting for a leading developer of this housing type. The site comprised six existing dwellings on deep plots close to Park Gate local centre. The proposal […]

Hampshire Community Infrastructure Levy update

Hampshire: The somewhat breathtaking news that Hart District Council are intending to charge £800 per square metre Community Infrastructure Levy (Yes! Eight hundred not a typo) in some areas, reminded me that various CIL updates need reporting. Fareham: First up has to be Fareham Borough Council who have adopted CIL and began […]

Havant and Fareham Community Infrastructure Levy charges approved

Havant Borough Council and Fareham Borough Council look set to become the next authorities in the area to begin charging the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), joining their neighbour Portsmouth City Council and the Borough of Poole. The Inspector’s report into the Havant Borough Council proposed CIL charging schedule was issued in November […]