Submitted a planning statement to support a pre-application submission for the development of a small plot of land within the heart of an existing village within an AONB within West Berkshire Council. The response was not favourable to developing anything on the land. Whilst disappointing, the client wanted to test whether any development would be feasible.
Represented LB Richmond-upon-Thames at a hearing for the erection of 6 houses and an office with parking on a backland site in Barnes. Appeal dismissed for unneighbourly development, poor design due to cramped location. Other issues included financial contributions towards affordable housing, impact on neighbouring listed building, poor provision of amenity space, poor parking provision and impact on trees.
Advised a landowner of what development opportunities there were following refusal of planning permission by Hounslow Council. A two storey side extension was applied for to extend a property but I advised that a single storey extension which could be converted into a small separate unit could be achieved on site. Further instructions pending.
Represented LB Richmond-upon-Thames at a hearing for the erection of two new houses on a vacant plot within the Floodplain in Teddington. Appeal dismissed on flooding grounds and poor design.
Represented LB Richmond-upon-Thames at a hearing for the erection of 5 houses on garden land in Hampton – dismissed on grounds of harm to the character and appearance of the area and harmful impact on neighbours. A good result.