Goodbye Utilitarian Portal Frame Agricultural Building… Hello Beautiful Cotswold Stone Dwellinghouse.
Replacement dwellinghouse secured following the grant of permission for a residential conversion of portal frame agricultural building in the Cotswolds. A beautiful Cotswold stone dwellinghouse to replace a far less attractive portal frame barn. This has been an interesting application where clearly setting out the planning benefits and working with local planning authority officers has resulted in the secure of permission.
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Conversion of Non-designated Heritage Asset to an Open Market Dwelling
Brodie Planning Associates have secured an appropriate residential use for a disused historic building thereby prolonging its life. The preparation of the application required careful consideration on a number of complex matters including the non-designated heritage asset status of the building and its siting within a rich historic context (both natural and built); the presence of bats in the building; highway/sustainable transport matters, along with more typical requirements for surface water and foul drainage.
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Brodie Planning Associates has secured consent (LPA Ref. 19/0625/FULL) for a stable block and tack room in the Green Belt at Solcum Lane, Cookley, Kidderminster, including a Change of Use from agriculture to equestrian. The client approached us knowing that the local planning authority, Wyre Forest District Council, was opposed to equestrian development in an area of rolling countryside and high quality landscapes. Negotiations over contributions to biodiversity were also secured before the permission was approved at Planning Committee. Please get in touch if you have a similar development proposal that requires planning permission.