Portal Frame Agricultural Building to Dwellinghouse

Portal Frame Agricultural Building to Dwellinghouse

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.

 

If you are seeking planning consultant support for a similar development, please contact our team via mail@brodieplanning.co.uk or call us on 01242 898368 to see how we can best assist you.

Cotswold Farm Shop and Cafe

Cotswold Farm Shop and Cafe

Watch out Jeremy Clarkson… there’s soon to be a new Farm Shop in the Cotswolds!

 

BPA has secured planning permission from Cotswold District Council for the change of use a disused agricultural workers dwelling to a farm shop and café. The development is located adjacent to Elkstone Studios and so will offer freshly cooked food to the occupiers of the offices, as well as the general public. It’s also set to sell high-quality fresh produce sourced exclusively from the local area.

The development will make efficient and effective use of an underutilised building, while providing additional income revenue to support a rural business, as well as creating local job opportunities and contributing positively to the vitality of a rural community.

 

If you are seeking planning consultant support for a similar development, please contact our team via mail@brodieplanning.co.uk or call us on 01242 898368 to see how we can best assist you.

Conversion of Former Doctors Surgery to Residential

Conversion of Former Doctors Surgery to Residential

Conversion of former doctors surgery to residential 

Planning permission has been granted for external alterations to facilitate the conversion of a former doctors surgery to residential. The design and construction methods of the proposals required careful consideration due to the fact the existing building is situated on a Scheduled Ancient Monument – a very rare Bronze Age enclosure of which only 10 have been identified within the country.

To further complicate matters, the proposals also had the potential to impact upon the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the setting of a Conservation Area. However, we were able to demonstrate that the current building is negative feature within the landscape and that the proposed works would positively enhance the immediate area.

 

If you are seeking planning consultant support for a similar development, please contact our team via mail@brodieplanning.co.uk or call us on 01242 898368 to see how we can best assist you.

Conversion of Non-Designated Heritage Asset to an Open Market Dwelling

Conversion of Non-Designated Heritage Asset to an Open Market Dwelling

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.

 

We are very experienced in this area of planning so if you are seeking planning consultant support for a similar development, please contact our team via mail@brodieplanning.co.uk or call us on 01242 898368 to see how we can best assist you.

Change of Use – Tewkesbury High Street

Change of Use – Tewkesbury High Street

BPA has secured planning permission for change of use from sweet shop to nail salon for a listed building on Tewkesbury High Street.

This project entailed the change of use from a sweet shop (A1 retail) to a nail salon (Sui Generis) including both external and internal alterations to the property. External alterations included a new shop front, new signage to the front of the property and the re-opening of the side doorway with the installation of a new door. Due to the nature of this site, careful planning and sensitive design was required in order to fulfill the clients vision and make their new premises a reality in accordance with relevant local and national planning policy.

In what has been a testing year, it’s so rewarding to help a vacant shop find a new purpose and give a helping hand to a new business starting out in the community.