Housing Development Plans: our recent planning permissions

We’ve recently secured permission for three housing developments in Wiltshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire.

19 home development in Oxfordshire

We succeeded in achieving outline planning permission for 19 houses on a relatively unusual site in Didcot. The site was included in the Development Plan for the Vale of White Horse District, but doesn’t have direct Highway access. It is also a wedge-shaped and smaller site for this number of houses. Following the outline planning permission, we can now move on to adding more detail to the designs. The plans will also be subject to an agreement to provide funding for local schools and affordable housing in the area.

Illustrative Site Plan for 19 new homes in Oxfordshire

Hampshire Pub makes way for development of 5 new houses

This former pub in Hampshire is identified as a ‘Notable Building’ in a Conservation Area, however, the pub is no longer viable financially. It also won’t be possible to convert the structure, so we have designed a plan to demolish the pub and build 5 new homes on the site. Fortunately, the loss of the pub was not considered to be substantially harmful to the Conservation Area, and so our plans were approved.

Elevations and Floor Plans for new houses to replace a pub in Hampshire

3 new homes near Salisbury

Our clients approached us with plans that had already been put through a pre-application enquiry. We took on the project and secured planning permission for 3 new homes near Salisbury. The project included some background work – we had to provide a planning statement and work with Highways consultants. We also spoke to the Council’s planning committee, who approved the design even though there were some objections from local residents and the Parish Council.

More Housing Development Plans

We have a Portfolio dedicated to our housing development plans. We regularly work with land owners and housing developers to get the most value out of their land. Get in touch to discuss your land or development.