Approved: Replacement gates in Kings Worthy, Winchester

Winchester City Council: Pure Town Planning have secured planning permission for replacement gates in Springvale Road, Kings Worthy, Winchester.  The scheme, drawn by Pure Town Planning, consisted of 1.8 metre high solid oak gates at the entrance to a residential driveway. As the gates were over 1m high and adjacent to […]

Won on appeal: consent for conservatory and fence in Barton-on-Sea, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Darryl Howells of Pure Town Planning is pleased to announce another successful planning appeal overturning a Council’s refusal to grant planning consent.  This time, planning permission was sought by Seventy One Design for the retrospective erection of a conservatory and boundary fence at Barton-on-Sea in Hampshire. New […]

Approved: conversion of underground reservoir into a unique home in the South Downs National Park

South Downs National Park Authority: Pure Town Planning are very pleased to have secured full planning consent for one of our most interesting (and long running) projects. The proposal is a unique project to convert part of a Victorian covered reservoir into a new self-build family home for our clients. The […]

Approved: 28,000 sqft HGV workshop and inert waste infill operation at Micheldever, Hampshire

Winchester City Council (and Hampshire County Council): This complex major project has been ongoing for much of 2013 but Pure Town Planning has just secured the final planning approval for the scheme. The client is a specialist haulage firm based on a countryside site near Micheldever. The initial phase of the […]