Listed Heritage Magazine: office conversion case study

Office Conversion Case Study Featured in Listed Heritage Magazine

We’re delighted to share our office conversion case study editorial piece for Listed Heritage magazine.

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The Old School House Barton Stacey

On the market: The Old School House Barton Stacey

The Old School House in Barton Stacey is currently on the market with Charters

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our new book

Our New Book for 2019

Our new Book for 2019 is ready to download!

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Planning Permission Sensitive Sites

Planning Permission: Sensitive Sites

In March, Fowlers secured planning permission on a number of sensitive sites. These include houses in the Green Belt, National Parks, and those with Listed Buildings.

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We’re sponsoring Finn & Josh’s Canoe Race to Westminster for Start With One

We are delighted to be sponsoring Josh & Finn on their 125 mile Devizes to Westminster Canoe Race!

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Proud Sponsors of the Hampshire Medical Fund

Fowlers are delighted to announce that we are sponsoring two great charities to host a fundraiser in May.

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Protected Species licence charges

New Protected Species Licence Charges from Natural England

Natural England will be implementing new Protected Species licence charges for development works. They are aiming to be introduced before the 2019 maternity season (May to August).

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Thatch Fire

Thatch Fire Update: Planning Permission Approved

In 2018, we heard the sad news of a thatch fire in a quiet Wiltshire village. Now, plans for a replacement cottage have been granted planning permission.

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Replacement House Planning Permission

Planning News: Replacement House Planning Permission

February has seen a number of planning permission success stories. These include two replacement house planning permissions, and two projects in National Parks.

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The County Ground Protected as Asset of Community Value

Successful extension of protection as Asset of Community Value

Fowler Architecture & Planning have succeeded in extending the status of The County Ground in Swindon as an Asset of Community Value (ACV).

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