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: extensions to house under construction and outbuilding near New Alresford, Winchester

Winchester City Council: Pure Town Planning were pleased to assist a client in obtaining consent for changes to a house under construction in the countryside near New Alresford, Hampshire. The house was approved some time ago on appeal against the strong objection of  Winchester City Council. The personal circumstances of […]

Approved: Replacement gates in Kings Worthy, Winchester

Winchester City Council: Pure Town Planning have secured planning permission for replacement gates in Springvale Road, Kings Worthy, Winchester.  The scheme, drawn by Pure Town Planning, consisted of 1.8 metre high solid oak gates at the entrance to a residential driveway. As the gates were over 1m high and adjacent to […]

Won on appeal: extensions to cottage near Warnford in the South Downs National Park

Winchester City Council acting for South Downs National Park Authority: Pure Town Planning have just won a householder appeal in the South Downs National Park within the Winchester City Council area. The Council handle most planning applications – and appeals – on behalf of the National Park Authority. The appeal centred […]

Won on appeal: eight townhouses in Chilbolton Avenue, Winchester

Winchester City Council: Pure Town Planning are pleased to have won another planning appeal – this time in Winchester. The appeal site lies on the prestigious Chilbolton Avenue where we had already secured a four dwelling scheme and then a six-unit town house scheme both through negotiation with the Winchester City […]

Approved: conversion of underground reservoir into a unique home in the South Downs National Park

South Downs National Park Authority: Pure Town Planning are very pleased to have secured full planning consent for one of our most interesting (and long running) projects. The proposal is a unique project to convert part of a Victorian covered reservoir into a new self-build family home for our clients. The […]

Approved: new shop front to a listed building in Winchester High Street

Winchester City Council: Pure Town Planning has recently secured planning permission and listed building consent for a new shop front in a listed building in the heart of Winchester‘s historic High Street. The proposed shop front replaces a nondescript modern shop front with something more in keeping with the historic […]

Won on appeal: large replacement outbuilding near Bishops Waltham, Hampshire

Winchester City Council: Pure Town Planning recently won a planning appeal to overturn a refusal of planning permission by Winchester City Council. The appeal site was a countryside cottage and smallholding. Our client was seeking to replace an old milking shed with a new multi-purpose domestic outbuilding on the same […]

Approved: two detached houses and two apartments in Chilbolton Avenue, Winchester

Winchester City Council: After a long and involved planning application process Pure Town Planning are pleased to report successful negotiation of a planning consent in Chilbolton Avenue in Winchester. The proposal is to demolish one of the streets original detached dwellings and erect three detached buildings on the site, two […]

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