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 […]

Won on appeal: replacement garage in Basingstoke conservation area

Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council:  Darryl Howells has secured planning permission for the demolition of an unsightly flat roof garage and the erection of a replacement pitched roof garage.  The garage was refused planning permission by the Council on the grounds it would be harmful to a conservation area.    […]

Won on appeal: alterations and extension to bungalow in Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth):  Darryl Howells is pleased to announce the winning of an appeal against the refusal  of a scheme for extensions to the front and rear of a bungalow, creation of a new roof and formation of habitable accommodation within – or in other words conversion from a bungalow […]

Approved: alterations and extension to bungalow in Poole

BCP Council:  Director of the firm, Darryl Howells has secured planning permission for the demolition of existing conservatory, erection of a single storey extension and reconfigure internal layout of existing bungalow to convert it from a 1 bedroom to a 2 bedroom bungalow.  The client employed LMA Architects to produce […]

Approved: certificate of lawfulness to confirm use of paddock as garden in Newbury, Berkshire

West Berkshire Council: Dan Wilden of Pure Town Planning recently successfully obtained a certificate of lawfulness for clients in the countryside near Newbury to confirm that the integration of a former paddock into the garden was lawful and they can carry on using the whole as a larger garden. How […]

Approved: remodel of house in Bransgore near Christchurch

New Forest District Council: Neil McKeon of Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce that we have secured planning permission for a householder remodel with alterations and two storey extensions to a dwelling in Bransgore, Hampshire. The scheme (designed by David James Architects) involves ground floor extensions, internal room re-configuration and […]

Approved: certificate of lawfulness for erection of wall in Swanage

Dorset Council (Purbeck):  The team at Pure Town Planning are putting in place provisions, in the event that self-isolation against the Coronavirus occurs, as we have secured a Certificate of Lawfulness for the erection of a wall. Joking aside, the Certificate of Lawfulness was needed to demonstrate that potential flooding […]

Approved: two storey extension and remodel of house in Southbourne

BCP Council (Bournemouth):  Darryl Howells, a director of Pure Town Planning has secured planning permission for the erection of a two storey rear extension and remodelling of a house in Southbourne, Dorset The plans were drawn by David James Architects & Partners and sought to enlarge the habitable accommodation for […]

Approved: single storey house extension in the New Forest National Park

New Forest National Park Authority:  Darryl Howells, a director of the firm has secured planning permission for a single storey extension to a house in Woodlands in the national park.  The nature of the application seems simple, however the reality of dealing with the application was actually difficult. The main […]

Won on appeal: roof extensions to house in Chandlers Ford

Eastleigh Borough Council: Darryl Howells, a director of the firm has successfully won an appeal against the decision that prevents remodelling of the dwelling including first floor roof extensions. The Council originally refused the scheme on the grounds of alleged harm to the character and appearance of the area; and […]

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