Won on appeal: householder extensions near Farnham, Surrey

Waverley Borough Council: Chris Miell is delighted to announce that he has recently won an appeal against Waverley Borough Council for proposed alterations and extensions to an existing dwelling located in Frensham, near Farnham. The existing dwelling is a semi-detached property, situated within a spacious plot and set back by […]

Approved: variation of condition to Abbots Court, Winterborne Kingston

Dorset Council:¬†Matt Annen, has recently secured consent to vary conditions attached to a previous planning consent (which Pure Town Planning also secured) to enable weddings to now take place all year round at Abbots Court in Winterborne Kingston. The previous consent extended the total number of wedding events from 12 […]

Approved: siting mobile home in residential plot at Three Legged Cross, Dorset

Dorset Council: Jess Glover is pleased to announce that she has secured a lawful development certificate for the siting of a twin-unit caravan for incidental use in association with existing dwellinghouse on Ringwood Road, Three Legged Cross, Wimborne. The site is within the East Dorset Green Belt, in a semi-rural […]

Won on appeal: outbuilding in Bransgore, Christchurch

New Forest National Park Authority: Neil McKeon is pleased to confirm that he has recently won an appeal against New Forest National Park Authority for retrospective planning permission to erect a residential outbuilding in Neacroft, Bransgore. Having erected the outbuilding on site, the applicant faced potential enforcement action from the […]

Approved: new affordable house at East Stoke, Dorset

Dorset Council (Purbeck area): Jess Glover has recently secured outline planning permission for the erection of an affordable dwelling with associated access and parking in East Stoke. The plans were produced by Matt Austin of 71 Design. The client approached Pure Town Planning as they were keen to pursue development […]

Won on appeal: retrospective consent for annexe in green belt at Christchurch

BCP Council (former Christchurch Borough): Dan Wilden is pleased to have won an appeal against the BCP Council and thus secured planning permission to allow the retention of an existing annexe building in the green belt near Christchurch. Our client recently built the annexe following the issuing of a certificate […]

Approved: replacement house in the South Downs National Park

South Downs National Park Authority (Winchester City Council area): Jess Glover has recently secured planning permission for a replacement dwelling in the South Downs National Park. The client approached Pure Town Planning as their existing dwelling was not only in a poor state of repair, but it also abutted a […]

Approved: conversion of historic former brewery into three apartments in Marnhull, Dorset

Dorset Council:¬†Matt Annen has successfully secured planning permission for alterations and conversion of a former brewery building into three self contained flats with associated cycle & bin store and formation of 6 car parking spaces and one visitor space. The scheme was designed by Now Architecture for mutual clients KTM […]

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