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: permission for two storage containers on chicken farm at Fordingbridge

New Forest District Council: Pure Town Planning has recently achieved temporary planning permission for the temporary siting of two storage containers on a chicken farm on the northern edge of Fordingbridge. Nabney Plans prepared the supporting plans. We were approached by the farm owner who after a series of break […]

Approved: advertisement consent in a conservation area in Ringwood, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Pure Town Planning has recently secured advertisement consent for the installation of a new advertisement for a fish and chip shop in the Ringwood Conservation Area. The consent permits the installation of a non-illuminated fascia sign and a new illuminated hanging sign above with the plans […]

Won on appeal: two bungalows on a rear garden site in Barton-on-Sea, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Pure Town Planning have won another planning appeal this time in Barton on Sea, resulting in planning permission being granted for the erection of two bungalows with associated access and parking. The appeal site consists of the rear part of the gardens of two adjacent bungalows […]

Won on appeal: consent for conservatory and fence in Barton-on-Sea, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Darryl Howells of Pure Town Planning is pleased to announce another successful planning appeal overturning a Council’s refusal to grant planning consent.  This time, planning permission was sought by Seventy One Design for the retrospective erection of a conservatory and boundary fence at Barton-on-Sea in Hampshire. New […]

Approved: conversion of office space to five flats in Ringwood, Hampshire

New Forest District Council: Pure Town Planning have recently got permission for the conversion of existing office space on the first floor above retail units into four one-bedroom flats and one studio flat under the permitted development prior approval system  in Ringwood. Our regular readers might recall in March of this year we announced […]

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