Hillingdon Council refused a planning permission for a storage building to be constructed to the rear of a restaurant on Swakeleys Road, within a Conservation Area. Cameron Jones Planning managed the appeal submission, supported with a comprehensive appeal statement. We’re please to say that the Planning Inspector rules in our favour.
Successful application for the erection of a part single, part two storey side/rear extension, rear dormer roof extension and rear balcony following demolition of the existing single storey side extension.
Successful Certificate of Lawfulness Application to recognise the original three flats as now being two units.
Success – approved by LBRuT.
The clients previously had a dormer application refused. We managed a revised application for the raising of the ridge, hip to gable and dormer roof extensions. After much liaison with the council’s planning team, permission was granted for the client’s preferred scheme.
We appealed against a refusal by Bracknell Forest Borough Council for a car port in Winkfield Parish deemed as inappropriate development in the green belt. The Planning Inspector ruled in our favour saying there was no impact on the openness of the Green Belt.
Planning statement and consultancy in support of a full planning application for the demolition of existing warehousing to provide six one-bedroom terraced dwellings and two one-bedroom flats above an existing retail unit.
Successful application for a rear roof dormer extension to a terraced building of townscape merit (BTM) located within the Teddington High Street Conservation Area. A previous application was unsuccessful so it was great that we managed to turn this around for our client.
Success – Permission Granted
Planning application submitted on behalf of a faith based group for the change of use of an unused community centre, located just outside Bracknell town centre, to become a place of worship with additional community use.
Decision expected in May.