Two buildings on a farmstead in rural Kent have been given a significant uplift in value after change of use was granted for the conversion of agricultural buildings to residential use. This was for a former farm office, together with a farm building that had been used for the sale of asparagus from the adjoining fields.
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Having already confirmed the change of use of a building from an office to a house, Bloomfields have achieved a further permission on a site in the Green Belt to change the use of an industrial unit to a further house. This has given our client a range of options for their site. During the […]
Bloomfields is pleased to have successfully obtained planning permission for the conversion of three large portal-framed buildings into detached dwellings. Following the Council’s determination that permitted development rights would not be available for the change of use of the buildings due to the imposition of a restrictive condition, we have managed to work with Officers […]
Another client in the Ashford area is benefitting from planning permission for the conversion of a barn. Yet again this barn had a history of refused planning applications for conversion which were able to be picked apart by Bloomfields’ former Planning Officers. This time the barn was permitted due to the structural work required and […]
Bloomfields prides itself on being able to offer professional and impartial advice. However, this is not to say that the firm is not at the cutting edge when it comes to decisive planning issues and precedential cases. The firm very often seeks to challenge the accepted planning principles of an area and has, for example, […]
Full full planning permission has been gained by Bloomfields for the erection of a two-storey attached dwelling and associated parking within the side garden of our clients property which is in a residential area of Paddock Wood. The scheme followed significant negotiation with the Local Authority before a suitable scheme was agreed. Within the application […]