Approved: Planning & Listed Building Consent for a new shop and 21 flats in Poole Town Centre

Borough of Poole: This week Matt Annen has secured a full planning and Listed Building Consent for a town centre regeneration scheme on the High Street in Poole. The proposal consisted of partial demolition and extensions to a listed building to create an shop/office unit (Use Classes A1 or A2) […]

Approved: Erection of a stable and store building in Green Belt in Poole

Borough of Poole: Pure Town Planning are pleased to have recently secured planning permission for a new barn complex including stables, tack room, w.c and garage/store in conjunction with a substantial former farmhouse within the green belt in the Stour River Valley. The existing farm building range at the immediate rear […]

Approved: planning and listed building consents for major campus redevelopment at Bournemouth and Poole College

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to have secured full planning permission and listed building consent for major redevelopment works at the Lansdowne Campus of the Bournemouth and Poole College. The scheme aims to vastly improve the student experience and efficiency of the campus by replacing aging and […]

Approved: conversion of historic water tower as part of 17-apartment scheme in Poole

Borough of Poole: Pure Town Planning are delighted to report that planning permission and listed building consent has been granted for the residential redevelopment of the Mansfield Road Water Tower in Parkstone, Poole. The water tower in Mansfield Road, Parkstone is a Grade II listed building designed in the Italianate style […]

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: listed building and advertisement consent for signage in Andover, Hampshire

Test Valley Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to have secured retrospective consent for fascia signage at a shop in Andover town centre in Hampshire. As the sign was fixed to a listed building both advertisement consent and listed building consent were required – something our client had not […]

Approved: listed building and planning consent to convert pub into three flats in Weymouth

Weymouth and Portland Borough Council: Pure Town Planning have secured listed building consent and planning permission to partially demolish, extend and convert the Prince of Wales public house in Weymouth into 3 apartments. The pub is a Grade II listed building dating from the early 1800’s situated on Park Street […]

Approved: planning and listed building consent for change of use to apartment in Weymouth

Weymouth and Portland Borough Council: Pure Town Planning have recently secured listed building consent and planning permission for the change of use of the first and second floors of 6-7 Coburg Place, Weymouth, Dorset to create a 4-bedroom apartment. The site is a three-storey, Grade II listed building dating from the […]

Approved: listed building and planning permission secured for conversion to two flats in Westbourne

Bournemouth Borough Council:  Darryl Howells of Pure Town Planning is pleased to secure Listed Building approval and Planning Permission for the alternation of existing first and second floor offices to form 2 self-contained flats with zero car parking in Westbourne, Dorset.  The site is located within the Grade II Listed […]

Approved: alterations & conversion of Listed Building into 2 self-contained flats in Westbourne Arcade

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning were pleased to recently achieve planning and listed building consent  for alterations and conversion of 1st and 2nd floors into 2 self contained flats in a Grade II Listed premises in the Westbourne Arcade in Bournemouth. The property had been vacant for some time and this […]

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