Test Valley, Hampshire: It’s been a quiet start to the year in terms of planning policy consultations. But finally Test Valley Borough Council has published its Revised Local Plan for consultation (at the last consultation just over a year ago this was two documents the Core Strategy DPD and the Designations DPD). The […]
East Hampshire District Council: Proving that we handle applications of all shapes and sizes, this week Pure Town Planning secured a Certificate of Lawfulness for a proposed modern single-storey extension together with a series of other alterations to a house at Four Marks in East Hampshire. The alterations fell under our […]
South Downs National Park (Winchester City Council): Pure Town Planning were instructed to advise on a sensitive enforcement issue involving the demolition of an old barn within the curtilage of a listed building. The owners hadn’t realised that as a curtilage building which was existing on the site before lst July […]
Winchester City Council: Some things we do are really quite minor but can still make a real difference to our clients. Pure Town Planning secured consent to move a boundary fence within the grounds of this subdivided Victorian house by just a few feet. The result was a larger more […]
New Forest National Park Authority: Pure Town Planning assisted with negotiating a planning approval for a new stable complex at a rural property in the National Park.