Approved: replacement house on the clifftop in Barton on Sea, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Matt Annen is delighted to share the news that he has secured planning permission for a large (6000sqft) replacement house on the clifftop in Barton On Sea which was designed by Marlow Architects. From registration to approved decision notice was exactly 7 weeks and 3 days which is […]

Approved: alterations and extensions to house in the New Forest National Park

New Forest National Park Authority: Dan Wilden is pleased to have secured planning permission for a client for works to their house at Hale in the New Forest National Park with a scheme designed by Fields of Architecture. The key issue with extending most properties in the National Park is […]

Approved: new mezzanine floor/office space at industrial unit in Winchester

Winchester City Council: Neil McKeon is pleased to have secured planning permission for the erection of a new mezzanine level to create additional office space and storage areas in the Winnall Industrial Estate, Winchester. The proposed mezzanine creates an open plan office space, storage areas, individual offices and meeting rooms […]

Won on appeal: certificate of lawfulness for HMO in Southampton

Southampton City Council: Dan Wilden is pleased to have won an appeal against the decision of Southampton City Council to refuse a certificate of lawfulness for a three-person HMO (Use Class C4). This appeal decision has been a long time coming with the appeal unbelievably submitted in May 2022. There […]

Approved: Regulation 77 approval for barn conversion in Kings Somborne, Hampshire

Test Valley Borough Council: It is increasingly the case that you cannot just go ahead with permitted development without first making some kind of application to the Local Planning Authority. In plenty of cases now two applications are necessary – prior approval and Regulation 77 approval. The Conservation of Habitats […]

Approved: extension of caravan site and five new log cabins near Romsey

Test Valley Borough Council: Dan Wilden is pleased to have secured planning permission for an existing caravan site located in the Hampshire countryside near Romsey. The proposal involved the reconfiguration of the existing site to add in five new log cabins and increase the number of caravan pitches permitted at […]

Approved: conversion of former bank building to mixed use with commercial, 5 flats and 11-bedroom HMO in Portsmouth

Portsmouth City Council: Dan Wilden is pleased to have secured permission for alterations and extensions to convert a former bank building at North End into mixed uses retaining a large commercial unit fronting London Road with an 11-bedroom house in multiple occupation on the upper floors and five new flats […]

Approved: new offices for haulage firm at countryside site near Winchester

Winchester City Council: Dan Wilden is pleased to have secured a new office building for a specialist haulage firm based at a countryside site near Micheldever Station in Hampshire. This latest approval follows on from a major upgrade to the site for which Pure Town Planning secured planning permssion almost […]

Approved: retrospective application for a farm track near Fordingbridge, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Dan Wilden has recently secured planning permisison to regularise a recently built track at a farm in the Fordingbridge area of Hampshire. Agricultural tracks can be permitted development, however much like permitted development agricultural buildings, an application has to be first made to the Council to […]

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