Approved: block of fourteen flats in Shirley, Southampton

Southampton City Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce that Dan Wilden has just secured outline planning consent for the erection of a block of fourteen 2-bedroom apartments at a site in Shirley, Southampton. The scheme was designed by local architects ARC Architecture and is on a prominent corner […]

Won on appeal: advertisement consent for illuminated sign in New Milton, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Dan Wilden has recently won an advertisement consent appeal against a refusal of advertisement consent by New Forest District Council. Pure Town Planning recently secured a subsequent consent for a new illuminated sign on the gable end wall of a commercial property in New Milton town centre […]

Approved: seven houses on backland site in Holbury, New Forest

New Forest District Council: Pure Town Planning, acting as agents alongside Aspire Architects, are pleased to have secured planning consent for a scheme of seven houses on a backland site in Holbury, Hampshire. The application was a particularly complex one involving numerous planning issues including ecology, garden sizes and agreeing […]

Approved: advertisement consent for illuminated sign in New Milton, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Dan Wilden has recently secured advertisement consent for a new illuminated sign on the gable end wall of a commercial property in New Milton town centre. The wall in question has a recent planning history since a large logo was painted on there without advertisement consent. […]

Approved: two chalet bungalows in Barton on Sea

New Forest District Council: Matt Annen is pleased to confirm that planning permission has been granted for the demolition of an existing tired, run-down bungalow and the erection of two chalet bungalows on Barton Lane, Barton-on-sea, New Milton. The scheme was designed by local firm; DOT Architecture. The application was […]

Approved: storage container for wildlife charity in South Downs National Park

South Downs National Park Authority (Winchester City Council): Pure Town Planning are pleased to have just secured planning permission for the siting of a shipping container at a nature reserve just outside Winchester in the South Downs National Park. Our client Butterfly Conservation is a registered conservation charity with a […]

Approved: extensions to house in Brockenhurst, Hampshire

New Forest National Park Authority: Jess Glover is delighted to announce that she has recently secured planning permission for householder extensions to the existing dwelling in Brockenhurst. Plans were designed and drawn by DOT Architecture. The proposed extensions sought to provide additional accommodation at first floor and also within the […]

Approved: certificate of lawfulness for agricultural use in Eastleigh Borough

Eastleigh Borough Council: Darryl Howells has secured a Certificate of Lawfulness of an existing use or development (CLEUD) for a site, to be used as an agricultural farm with associated buildings for storage of equipment and machinery.   A CLEUD is a legal document issued by the Local Planning Authority to […]

Approved: extension to camping and caravan site at Ampfield near Romsey

Test Valley Borough Council: Pure Town Planning have recently secured planning consent to extend an existing camp site at Ampfield near Romsey in Hampshire. Pure Town Planning originally secured the planning consent from Test Valley Borough Council back in 2013 – see our post here. Our client was keen to expand the capacity […]

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 […]

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