Approved: planning and listed building consent for works to listed building in Portland

Dorset Council (Weymouth & West Dorset): Darryl Howells has offered his professional support to his client and secured planning permission and Listed Building consent for various alterations to a Grade II listed building in Victoria Square, Portland. The works included removal of all the roof slates and replacement with new […]

Approved: mixed-use building of offices and flats in Hamworthy, Poole

BCP Council (Poole):  Darryl Howells, a director of the firm is immensely pleased to announce the receipt of planning permission for the demolition of a dwelling and the erection of a 3-storey building consisting of offices on the ground floor and eight self-contained flats above with car parking to the […]

Approved: certificate of lawfulness for a light industrial use in Bournemouth

BCP Council:  Matt Annen, a director of the firm has secured a Lawful Development Certificate for an existing use as a lawful Class E (g)(iii) former B1(c) light industrial use through the passage of time. The client instructed Pure Town Planning to prepare the evidence case, submit and handle the application.  […]

Approved: more weddings each year at Abbots Court, Winterborne Kingston

Dorset Council: Matt Annen, Director of Pure Town Planning has secured a consent to vary conditions attached to a previous planning consent to extend the number of wedding events from 12 previously to a maximum of 30 events in any calendar year as well as re-position the wedding marquee. Whilst […]

Approved: new office building in the New Forest National Park near Ringwood

New Forest National Park Authority:  Darryl Howells is pleased to announce he has secured full planning permission for a new client, to erect a new office building on an established office site in the National Park just outside Ringwood.  The plans were drawn by Andrew Mooney of AMA Consultancy, however […]

Approved: new boatyard on the River Stour at Christchurch

BCP Council (Christchurch): Dan Wilden, director of Pure Town Planning is pleased to have secured full planning permission for a new boatyard on the River Stour at Christchurch reached from Bailey Drive. The application was made on behalf of River Shack Boats who are currently established in Christchurch at Wick […]

Approved: conversion of pub to convenience shop and flat in Templecombe, Somerset

South Somerset District Council:  Darryl Howells has secured planning permission for an existing client of a scheme that enabled alterations, rear extension and the change of use of existing public house to a convenience store on ground floor with a residential unit on first floor with associated access and parking. […]

Approved: retrospective consent for painting a listed building in Poole

BCP Council (Poole): Darryl Howells has secured retrospective Listed Building consent for a client who painted the exterior of his Grade II listed building on the quayside of Poole (in a conservation area) without the benefit of permission being first obtained beforehand from the Local Planning Authority.  The application was […]

Approved: 24 bedroom extension at Birds Hill Nursing Home, Poole

BCP Council (Poole): Matt Annen, a director of the firm is delighted to share the news that he has recently secured planning permission for alterations and construction of an additional storey of accommodation (creating 24 new bedrooms) as well as formation of internal lounge and enclosing rear balconies to create an […]

Approved: change of use to tattoo studio and ancillary retail use in Moordown

BCP Council (Bournemouth area): Neil McKeon has recently secured planning permission for the change of use of an A2 unit on Wimborne Road to a tattoo studio (Sui Generis) and ancillary retail use. The applicant instructed Pure Town Planning to prepare, submit and manage a change of use application which […]

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