Won on appeal: new outbuilding at a house in the New Forest National Park

New Forest National Park Authority: Director of Pure Town Planning Dan Wilden is pleased to have won a planning appeal against a decision of the New Forest National Park Authority. The appeal site is a house in the village of Ashurst where it was proposed to replace an existing garage […]

Approved: new office building in the New Forest National Park near Ringwood

New Forest National Park Authority:  Darryl Howells is pleased to announce he has secured full planning permission for a new client, to erect a new office building on an established office site in the National Park just outside Ringwood.  The plans were drawn by Andrew Mooney of AMA Consultancy, however […]

Approved: certificate of lawfulness for extension in New Forest National Park

New Forest National Park Authority: Jess Glover is pleased to share that she has recently secured a Lawful Development Certificate for single storey rear extension to an existing dwellinghouse at Coxhill in the New Forest National Park. The dwelling is outside of the defined villages in the national park and […]

Approved: triple garage in Damerham near Fordingbridge

New Forest District Council: Darryl Howells, a director of the firm is pleased to secure planning permission for a triple garage to serve a dwelling at Damerham near Fordingbridge, Hampshire.  On the face of it not a major title success, however this case does show the extent of work that […]

Approved: thirty sheds for thirty houses in Netley Abbey

Eastleigh District Council:  Darryl Howells, a director of the firm has secured planning permission to position a timber shed in the rear garden of each of thirty houses on a housing estate located within a registered Listed Park. Darryl and the client had previously secured planning permission to convert former police […]

Approved: new stable block near Ringwood in the New Forest National Park

New Forest National Park: Darryl Howells has secured full planning permission to erect a 4 horse stable block (plans drawn by ARC Architecture Ltd) on land located within the National Park. In the planning statement that is used by Pure Town Planning to justify the development in light of national […]

Approved: variation of condition on vehicle workshop in Liphook, Hampshire

East Hampshire District Council: Dan Wilden, Director of Pure Town Planning has secured a consent to vary a condition attached to a planning consent for a vehicle workshop unit in Liphook, Hampshire. For our client it was a tricky scenario. They were about to complete on the purchase of a […]

Approved: plot severance and new dwelling in Eling, Totton

New Forest District Council: Neil McKeon has secured full planning permission for a new dwelling to the rear of School Road in Eling, Totton. The scheme, designed by Studio Moda Architects, sees a plot severance creating a two storey family dwelling with a newly formed access fronting Fisher’s Road. The […]

Approved: certificate of lawful development for extension at Liphook, Hampshire

East Hampshire District Council: Dan Wilden has recently secured a certificate of lawful development to confirm that a proposed house extension is permitted development at Liphook in Hampshire. Permitted development generally means that the developer can go ahead with the development without having to involve the Council. However many homeowners […]

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