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: three Section 73 applications in one day

East Dorset District Council and Wiltshire Council: Darryl Howells, a director of Pure Town Planning is celebrating after receiving three separate Section 73 planning application decisions, (approving the developments) from two different Councils in one “Super Monday”. A Section 73 application of the Town & Country Planning Act allows an […]

Approved: two new bungalows on rear garden in Salisbury, Wiltshire

Wiltshire Council: Darryl Howells has secured full planning permission to sever garden land from a dwelling in Park Lane, Salisbury and the erection of two detached three-bedroom bungalows with associated and parking. The scheme was drawn by Steve J Dunn & Associates Limited, based in Shropshire. A new client engaged […]

Approved: variation of condition for parking layout at Winterslow in Wiltshire

Wiltshire Council: Darryl Howells has secured planning permission to vary a condition imposed on a decision notice issued in 2004, for the conversion of a pair of houses into 4 terraced houses. Condition 4 of the original consent required the implementation of a car parking and turning area, as shown […]

Won on appeal with full award of costs: four houses in Salisbury Wiltshire

Wiltshire Council:  Darryl Howells has won another planning appeal this time in Salisbury, resulting in planning permission being granted for the demolition of a house and the erection of a pair of semi-detached houses and 2no. detached chalet bungalows (4 in total) with associated access and parking.  The scheme was […]

Approved: permitted development prior approval for office conversion to 16 flats in Salisbury

Wiltshire Council: Pure Town Planning has recently secured approval to convert a vacant office premises into 16 self-contained flats in the town centre of Salisbury. The application utilised permitted development rights that allow offices to be converted to residential use (in planning Use Class terms a B1 to C3 chanve […]

Won on appeal: pub conversion and new build dwellings in Market Lavington, Wiltshire

Wiltshire Council: Pure Town Planning recently won a planning appeal in the conservation area in Market Lavington, Wiltshire. The appeal proposal, designed by Western Design Architects, was for the conversion of a former pub into two houses together with a third new-build dwelling in the rear garden area – the The […]

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