Chapman Lily Planning are pleased to have secured outline planning permission at appeal for the construction of a block of 30 flats on a site in Bournemouth town centre. The site had previously contained a vacant office block and already had permission for the construction of a smaller block of apartments but the Council had Read more about Appeal Success for 30 apartments in Bournemouth[…]
Chapman Lily has been appointed by Fortitudo Limited to assist with the re-development of the former Poole Pottery site. Brett Spiller commented: ‘This is a very exciting project, which will see a mixed-use scheme revitalise this part of Old Orchard and provide a more welcoming environment for visitors to Poole Quay. As a first step, Read more about Proposals for the redevelopment of the former Poole Pottery unveiled[…]
Chapman Lily Planning is delighted to have helped Hendy Group secure planning permission for a new car dealership fronting on to the A31 in St Leonard’s in Dorset. The site is situated within the Green Belt, where development of this nature would not normally be permitted, but in this case the established haulage yard provided Read more about Planning permission secured for new car dealership[…]
East Dorset District Council have introduced charges for their pre-application advice service. The Council’s charging schedule is based on the scale of the proposal and whether a meeting is requested or just a written response from the Council. For more information on the Council’s pre-application charges please contact Chapman Lily Planning.
On the 6th April 2018 permitted development rights will change meaning that it will be possible to create up to 5 residential properties through the conversion of agricultural buildings – currently conversions are limited to the creation of 3 properties. The changes to permitted development rights will allow for up to 3 larger homes within Read more about Forthcoming changes to Permitted Development Rights will allow agricultural buildings to be converted into 5 residential homes[…]
The Government have today begun a consultation on what is being described as ‘a major overhaul to the National Planning Policy Framework’. The aim of the overhaul is to enable more homes to be built (allegedly) more quickly. Rather ominously the Government have highlighted that Council’s and development will be required to work with community Read more about Government announce revisions to the NPPF[…]