Won on appeal: extension against local policy in South Downs National Park

Winchester City Council: Pure Town Planning were pleased to succeed in a tricky appeal in the South Downs National Park and gain planning consent for our clients to extend their semi-detached dwelling at Bramdean, Hampshire. Adopted local plan policy CE.23 in the Winchester City Council area (applicable both within and […]

Won on appeal: change of use of hotel to residential in Bournemouth

Bournemouth Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are celebrating another appeal win this time defeating Bournemouth Borough Council’s tricky policy preventing the change of use of hotels. A saga which has lasted for over year has ended with a Planning Inspector granting planning permission for the small hotel to change to a dwelling. […]

Won on appeal: new supermarket with 11 flats above in Christchurch

Christchurch Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are celebrating another appeal win in Christchurch. The proposal was for a three storey mixed-use building with a 4000 square foot supermarket on the ground floor with eleven apartments on the upper two floors. The scheme had previously been turned down twice by Christchurch […]

Won on appeal: holiday let in the New Forest National Park

New Forest National Park Authority: Pure Town Planning are delighted to have won an appeal in the New Forest National Park to convert a building into a new holiday let following an appeal hearing in Lymington last month. The appeal proposal is on the lovely Red Shoot Camping Park in the […]

Approved: four back-to-back townhouses in Penn Hill, Poole

Borough of Poole: Pure Town Planning’s recent run of planning approvals shows no sign of slowing down… Planning permission has just been unanimously granted at Poole Planning Committee to replace a bungalow with four back-to-back town houses in Pen Hill. This planning consent follows a previous application for a larger […]

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