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.
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.
Appeal against the refusal of the demolition of an existing timber garage and shed and the construction of a pair of two-storey, two-bedroom homes with associated parking and landscaping in Mannings Heath, Horsham
Decision due in April
Appeal statement against the decision by the London Borough of Hillingdon to refuse planning permission for the erection of a detached outbuilding for storage use.
We were instructed to draft the Grounds of Appeal following refusal of permission by Elmbridge Council for a building to change from two very dilapidated flats back into a dwelling house, for which it was originally constructed and is on a road of other dwellinghouses. We argued that the revision of the property from two flats to a single family dwelling house would secure several benefits in terms of improvements to the interior of the building, demand for on-street parking, cycle parking, energy and waste refuse/recycling storage.
Success! Appeal allowed
We were instructed to write the appeal statement following refusal of a first floor rear extension to a locally listed building within a conservation area. The Council had previously approved a first floor rear extension and the new proposal was 30cm wider which the Council had refused. The Inspector agreed with our argument that the new extensions would not have a materially different effect on the character and appearance of the area, the site as a BTM, or neighbouring BTMs, to that of the previous approval.
We were instructed following refusal of a similar proposal. I undertook a site visit and advised how to amend the design to ensure consent would be granted. Following a resubmission, the application was granted within 56 days.
We submitted an appeal following refusal by BFBC for a modest house extension to a dwelling in the Green Belt. The Appeal has been Allowed – the Inspector agreed that whilst the extension would have resulted in a 60% increase, it was in character with the host dwelling and did not harm the openness of the Green Belt.
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.
We submitted a planning application for the change of use of a small shop unit into a dentist to expand a successful business in the heart of Sunninghill. The Council refused it due to potential harm to the vitality and viability of the shopping centre. In March 2018, we submitted an appeal this was allowed in January 2019. The Inspector agreed with our argument that the new dentist would not harm the vitality of the shopping centre.