I was contacted by the owner of a flat who moved into her property in 2012 but at the time the developer had not discharged any of the conditions attached to the original permission dating from 2011. I applied to remove a number of the conditions as they were no longer applicable and to provide details for the materials, refuse, cycle parking and car club membership. All details approved.
Richmond Upon Thames
Planning permission granted within 8 weeks for a new house to replace a 1960s outdated dwelling with no financial contribution towards affordable housing. I advised and assisted the architect on what supporting documents were required and liaised with the case officer to gain permission within 8 weeks.
I have been involved with this property for a number of years and following another refusal from the LPA, the Inspectorate allowed our appeal to extend the dwellinghouse with a modest first floor extension to enable a bathroom to be located on the first floor. A really good result.
I advised the owners of the building to gather evidence to prove beyond doubt that the building has been used in the same way for more than 10 years. We were issued with a Certificate of Lawfulness to demonstrate the existing use is lawful.
I was involved at design stage with the architects and owner of the house to advise on extensions to a detached dwelling all within permitted development rights. I submitted two applications, one for a single storey side/rear extension, two-storey rear extension, new window on first floor western side elevation and removal of chimney on western side elevation and another application for a hip to gable roof extension, rear dormer roof extension and installation of new window to front gable. Both applications were approved within 4 weeks of submission.
Following a refusal of planning permission by LBRUT, I drafted the appeal statement to justify the development. Planning permission has been granted on appeal for first floor extension and alterations to external elevation to ground floor. Replacement windows to facilitate the change of use from B1(a) office use into a mixed B1(a)/C3 live/work unit. The Inspector found the design to be acceptable and there to be no harm to neighbour’s amenity.
I was instructed to assist the architects and guide the design for the renovation and additional storey to a bungalow opposite BTMs on a prominent corner site. The planners supported the design/proposal at pre-application stage. However, the Council refused the application and this is now at appeal.
We were asked to write the appeal statement for an appeal against the refusal of the erection of a dormer roof extension on the rear roof slope and roof to outrigger and to increase the pitch of roof of the outrigger. The owner said “Thanks very much Fiona for all your help, we are very pleased. To be honest I didn’t think we’d get it after what Richmond Council said”.
Permission granted for Erection of a dormer window to the outbuilding within the grounds of the nursery. The host building is a BTM and within the Hampton Village Conservation Area. With 3 letters of objection the planners found the application to be acceptable.
We were involved with advising on extending this property in a conservation area and a locally listed building to extend at ground floor and incorporate a new front door. The application was approved within 8 weeks.