Application for two new homes at Willersey, Broadway, Worcestershire

Application for two new homes at Willersey, Broadway, Worcestershire

New home application Willersley Gloucestershire

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Application submitted for two new detached homes at Willersey, Near Broadway, Worcestershire.  The strong local vernacular is reflected in the traditional design approach of these new buildings.  Please contact us for further details on this project or how we can assist you with our planning and architectural services.

New contemporary homes in Chipping Campden

New contemporary homes in Chipping Campden

Planning – Planning Permission Granted Chipping Campden

Outcome

BPA in association with John Ford Architects are pleased to have secured full planning permission for 3 x four-bedroom detached houses on the edge of the Cotswolds town of Chipping Campden.
The houses are a contemporary take on the Cotswold traditional style and utilise a mixed palate of materials, comprising Cotswold stone, stone roof tiles, oak-cladding, cast aluminium and dark grey high-performance aluminium windows & doors.

Cotswold District Council: 17/02693/FUL
Decision Date: 18th December 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Leasows Chipping Campden- Update

Planning – Planning Permission Granted on appeal

Update

Outline planning permission secured on appeal by BPA for 30 houses on the edge of the idyllic Cotswolds town of Chipping Campden in the heart of the Cotswolds AONB.

With regard to impact on the AONB, the Inspector concluded that the proposal did not constitute ‘major development’ for the purposes of the Framework and that whilst there would be significant and localised change resulting in some harm to the overall character and appearance of the countryside, the proposals would conserve the natural beauty of the AONB.

In considering the benefits of the scheme, the Inspector noted that notwithstanding the Council’s ability to demonstrate a 5-year supply of housing land, against the background of a need to significantly boost the supply of housing the provision of 30 further dwellings carried significant weight.  In addition, in the context of a cumulative shortfall in the supply of affordable housing in the District, he also attached considerable weight to the affordable housing to be delivered through the scheme.  Further weight was given to the environmental benefits of the scheme, in improving accessibility along public rights of way and in providing a stronger and more appropriate boundary between the town and the open countryside beyond.

The appeal for 30 houses was thus allowed, subject to a condition requiring the detailed site layout to broadly comply with that submitted with the outline application.

Cotswold District Council:  16/01256/OUT

Appeal Ref:  APP/F1610/W/16/3165805

Hearing Date:  11th July 2017

Decision Date:  2nd November 2017

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Outline Planning Permission secured at Appeal

Outline Planning Permission secured at Appeal

Planning – Planning Appeal

Case Type: 30 New dwellings at Chipping Campden

Brodie Planning Associates secure outline permission for 30 new dwellings at appeal in the Cotswold market town of Chipping Campden.

 

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Listed building brought back to life

Listed building brought back to life

Planning – Planning Permission Granted

Case Type: Listed Building Consent

Outcome

On 21st June planning permission and listed building consent were granted to our client Marst Developments for the conversion of a former Council owned nursing home at Preston Park House in Yeovil to use as two high-end four and five bedroom dwellings [South Somerset District Council, 16/01620/FUL & 16/01621/LBC].

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The scheme, described by the Historic England Inspector as enhancing the aesthetic appreciation of the main heritage asset on the site, will reinstate the integrity of the listed building through the removal of later unsympathetic additions and reinstate its plan form and original use, providing one three storey house in the main part of the house and a part single part two-storey dwelling in its Edwardian garden room, supplemented by a contemporary two storey element overlooking the spacious south-facing lawn.  Also included as part of the development is the provision of three new build dwellings – one single storey 2 bedroom ‘lodge’ and two substantial two storey detached 4 and 5 bedroom houses.  Overall, the approved scheme will deliver five well appointed dwellings with well orientated garden spaces, allocated off street parking and garages / car ports in this much sought after part of the town adjacent to Preston Park.

Preston Park House Yeovil