Two New Houses in Hampshire

We submitted a Technical Details Consent application for two new homes, following the approval of a Permission in Principle application in October 2019.

This applications focuses on the details of the new houses, including design, access, ecology, heritage, trees and landscaping. The site is in Hampshire and within a conservation area, close to a number of listed buildings.

During the course of the application, we entered lengthy discussions with the Council and provided additional information and clarification when required.

The Technical Details Consent application created a lot of local interest. This lead to a process of being called-in to the planning committee at the Council to be decided, instead of the planning officer making the decision.

Following discussions, the planning committee agreed with the planning officer and approved the application.

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Barn Conversion in Hampshire

Full planning permission was granted in August to convert two modern barns into houses. The approval is for the Change of Use of the Agricultural buildings into Residential dwellings.

The two buildings already benefitted from prior approval to be converted into two separate dwellings. This application brought both of these approvals together into one full planning approval.

There were various changes to the scheme, compared to the previously approved designs, including a new first floor space, flues and porches.

There were no objections to the proposal and the Council approved the application without delay; a great result for our clients.

Our latest planning permission news from August:

New Garage in Hampshire

At the start of the year, we gained planning permission for a large two-storey extension in a local conservation area in Hampshire. The design covered the entire front of the existing house.

The clients then came back to us wanting to add a linked garage to the design. Our approach needed to provide a garage with first floor accommodation. However, we had to work sensitively because we were significantly increasing the size of the design.

After negotiations with the conservation officer on a number of design matters, permission was successfully granted in August 2020.

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