Approved: new dwelling on side garden in Bedhampton, Havant

Havant Borough Council: Jess Glover is excited to announce that planning permission was unanimously approved at planning committee for the erection of a detached 3-bedroom dwelling at Queen Anne’s Drive in Havant. The application site was formerly the side garden of No.11 Queen Anne’s Drive which had since been separated […]

Approved: redevelopment of pub to form eight flats in Waterlooville, Hampshire

Havant Borough Council: Darryl Howells has secured planning permission for the redevelopment and alterations of a pub in Waterlooville to provide a total of eight apartments. The approved scheme was designed by local architect B H Architect Limited following an interesting planning history. A first scheme that sought the demolition […]

Approved: plot split with two new houses in Havant, Hampshire

Havant Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are delighted to announce that we have recently secured planning permission for a double plot split at Southleigh Road, Havant. Working in collaboration with Design and Development Associates, on behalf our client Embarq, we prepared, submitted and managed a comprehensive planning application for the […]

Approved: backland development and plot spilt to secure two new dwellings in Waterlooville, Hampshire

Havant Borough Council: Pure Town Planning have just secured planning permission (they are coming in fast this month!) for two additional dwellings at Jubilee Road, Waterlooville, Hampshire. The latest addition to Pure Town Planning’s rapidly growing list of approvals in 2015 saw the original Victorian dwellinghouse spilt and extended to […]

Hampshire Community Infrastructure Levy update

Hampshire: The somewhat breathtaking news that Hart District Council are intending to charge £800 per square metre Community Infrastructure Levy (Yes! Eight hundred not a typo) in some areas, reminded me that various CIL updates need reporting. Fareham: First up has to be Fareham Borough Council who have adopted CIL and began […]

Havant and Fareham Community Infrastructure Levy charges approved

Havant Borough Council and Fareham Borough Council look set to become the next authorities in the area to begin charging the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), joining their neighbour Portsmouth City Council and the Borough of Poole. The Inspector’s report into the Havant Borough Council proposed CIL charging schedule was issued in November […]