The right of appeal is one of the most important features of the planning system and planning appeals form a significant part of our workload. Often architects will approach us to appeal when things have gone wrong with an application. But an appeal can also be a key part of a planning strategy – sometimes you don’t know if you have maximised the development potential of a site unless you have tested the limits on appeal. Sometimes an appeal is the only way of overcoming a local “political” objection.

Don’t forget you only get 6-months to appeal a planning decision (12 weeks for a householder application) so if you have recently had a refusal don’t delay call Pure Town Planning for advice.

 

Latest Appeal News…

Won on appeal: demolition of two houses and erection of ten new houses in Weymouth

Won on appeal: demolition of two houses and erection of ten new houses in Weymouth

Dorset Council: Jess Glover is delighted to announce that she has recently won an appeal against Do[...]
Won on Appeal: erection of 28 flats after demolition of pub in Bournemouth

Won on Appeal: erection of 28 flats after demolition of pub in Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth):  Darryl Howells, a director of Pure Town Planning, is thrilled to start [...]
Won on appeal: demolition and replacement with 25 flats in Branksome Park, Poole

Won on appeal: demolition and replacement with 25 flats in Branksome Park, Poole

BCP Council (Poole):  Darryl Howells, a director the firm is extremely pleased to announce the[...]
Won on appeal: studio dwelling in Springbourne, Bournemouth

Won on appeal: studio dwelling in Springbourne, Bournemouth

BCP Council: Neil McKeon of Pure Town Planning is pleased to announce an appeal win securing consen[...]
Won on appeal: alterations and extension to bungalow in Bournemouth

Won on appeal: alterations and extension to bungalow in Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth):  Darryl Howells is pleased to announce the winning of an appeal against [...]
Approved: conversion of care home to 16 flats in Southbourne

Approved: conversion of care home to 16 flats in Southbourne

BCP Council (Bournemouth):  Darryl Howells, a director of Pure Town Planning is pleased to announce[...]
Won on appeal: roof extensions to house in Chandlers Ford

Won on appeal: roof extensions to house in Chandlers Ford

Eastleigh Borough Council: Darryl Howells, a director of the firm has successfully won an appeal ag[...]
Approved: plot split with two houses in Talbot Woods, Bournemouth

Approved: plot split with two houses in Talbot Woods, Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth): Darryl Howells has secured planning permission for the demolition of one[...]
Approved: plot severance with new house in Winton, Bournemouth

Approved: plot severance with new house in Winton, Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth): Neil McKeon is delighted to confirm that we have secured planning permis[...]
Won on appeal: plot split with two houses in Canford Cliffs, Poole

Won on appeal: plot split with two houses in Canford Cliffs, Poole

BCP Council (Poole): Pure Town Planning director Dan Wilden is pleased to have secured another plan[...]