Won on appeal: development of caravan sales site near Southampton

Eastleigh Borough Council:  Darryl Howells, a director of the firm has secured a successful appeal for a challenging scheme located in the countryside, to the east of Southampton.  The applicant originally applied for the creation of a landscaped embankment; demolition of existing buildings and the creation of a new detached […]

Approved: two detached houses in Broad Chalke, Wiltshire

Wiltshire Council: Pure Town Planning director Dan Wilden is pleased to have recently secured planning consent for two four-bedroom detached houses in the south Wiltshire village of Broad Chalke. The site lies on the outskirts of the village within the conservation area. It is occupied by a chalet bungalow which […]

Approved: ten houses on vehicle scrapyard site in rural Kent

Tunbridge Wells Borough Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to announce that Dan Wilden has secured planning consent for ten detached houses at a vehicle scrapyard site in the Kent countryside near Paddock Wood. The scheme was designed by architects ARC Architecture. Planning consent had previously been secured for a […]

Approved: outline permission for 27 houses on land at Okeford Fitzpaine

Dorset Council: Pure Town Planning are delighted to share the great news that we have secured outline planning permission for our clients AJ Developments for the erection of the 27 dwellings on land at Castle Lane in Okeford Fitzpaine. Supporting plans were prepared by Anders Roberts Cheer Architects. All matters […]

Approved: storage container for wildlife charity in South Downs National Park

South Downs National Park Authority (Winchester City Council): Pure Town Planning are pleased to have just secured planning permission for the siting of a shipping container at a nature reserve just outside Winchester in the South Downs National Park. Our client Butterfly Conservation is a registered conservation charity with a […]

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

South Somerset District Council: Pure Town Planning have recently secured planning permission for alterations, extensions and change of use of an existing public house (A4 use) to a convenience store (A1 use) with one flat above (C3 use) in Templecombe, Somerset. The existing public house, known as the Templars Retreat, ceased […]

Approved: certificate of lawfulness for agricultural use in Eastleigh Borough

Eastleigh Borough Council: Darryl Howells has secured a Certificate of Lawfulness of an existing use or development (CLEUD) for a site, to be used as an agricultural farm with associated buildings for storage of equipment and machinery.   A CLEUD is a legal document issued by the Local Planning Authority to […]

Approved: redevelopment of former pub site to form seven new houses in Somerset

Mendip District Council: Darryl Howells has recently secured outline planning permission for the conversion of a former public house (Use Class A4) to a pair of semi-detached houses and the erection of a further five detached houses on the adjacent car park. The site is located in the countryside in a […]

Approved: extension to camping and caravan site at Ampfield near Romsey

Test Valley Borough Council: Pure Town Planning have recently secured planning consent to extend an existing camp site at Ampfield near Romsey in Hampshire. Pure Town Planning originally secured the planning consent from Test Valley Borough Council back in 2013 – see our post here. Our client was keen to expand the capacity […]

Approved: conversion of historic barn to three bedroom house in Stalbridge, Dorset

North Dorset District Council: Pure Town Planning have recently secured planning permission to convert a historic barn to a three-bedroom dwelling in Stalbridge, Dorset. The barn dates from the 1800’s and has a stone/cobble exterior under a concrete tile roof with timber fenestration and a later garage door. It was […]

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