Planning Permission February 2018

We have had a busy couple of months over the winter period, and are pleased to share some of our recent planning permissions in our Planning Permission February 2018 news.

Refurbished Village Pub, Wiltshire/Hampshire border

We secured permission to refurbish a popular village pub, as well as add some guest accommodation to the rear. The pub will be fully refurbished inside, and have two flats upstairs. The guest accommodation at the back of the plot will allow for a B&B, which is a great boost to the local economy.

The pub was recently closed, so this permission will secure it’s viability for the future.

Refurbished Village Pub

New Infill House, Wiltshire

A lovely little project, we secured permission to demolish an old garage and build a new 1 bedroom house at the bottom of a secluded garden. The site is centrally located in a busy market town, and provides much needed smaller housing for the town. Due to the house being a smaller size, no parking provision was required.

New Infill House Wiltshire

New Farm House, Berkshire

This permission will let our clients replace an old 1930’s bungalow with a new brick and flint farmhouse style home. The house will also have a barn style side section.

The barn section will have an open plan kitchen and family space, while the farmhouse will have more formal living areas, and 3 bedrooms upstairs.

This is a significant improvement on the existing house, and the design will be a positive contribution to the surrounding area.

New Farmhouse Berkshire

Subdivision and Extension, Wiltshire

We recently achieved permission to subdivide a large family house into 2 smaller dwellings. The house sits in a very prominent position and Conservation Area in a busy market town, and is close to a number of Listed Buildings.

The subdivision will create some much needed smaller housing for the town. There is also some existing off street parking, which means this was not a concern during the planning process.

Subdivision and Extension Wiltshire

New Country Home, Hampshire

We have secured planning permission for a substantial new country house in Hampshire. The house will have 4 levels, including a lower ground floor that opens out onto the garden.

The site is in the countryside and outside of any Settlement Boundaries, so usually new houses are resisted. However, this 5,400 sqft house will replace the existing house, and was seen to enhance the local environment.

New Country House Hampshire

Family Home Extension, Herefordshire

Our clients wanted a modest extension to their large family home, in order to create a bigger open plan kitchen and dining space. We achieved planning permission recently, and this will be a great improvement to the heart of the home.

Family Home Extension Herefordshire

Barn Conversion, Cotswolds

We recently achieved planning permission to convert some historic barns into 4 houses in the Cotswolds. The barns are outside of the nearby Settlement Boundary, but some planning policy does allow for conversions in these situations. By converting historical agricultural buildings into houses, we have made them viable for the future.

Barn Conversion Cotswolds

Permitted Development Extension, Hampshire

We secured a side extension for our clients under Permitted Development rights. This will allow them to create an open plan living and dining room, which will improve the usable space in the rest of the house. The proposal also includes for re configuring the upstairs space to improve the layout of the bedrooms.

Permitted Development Extension Hampshire

Two-Storey Extension, Hampshire

This proposal is for a two storey side extension in a Conservation Area in Hampshire, which will replace an old lean to extension.

The extension will create an open plan kitchen and dining room, as well as a separate utility room. The upstairs has also been re configured to create 3 bedrooms and an office.

Two Storey Extension Hampshire

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