Planning permission has been obtained following Bloomfields instruction to put together a case to support the construction of two detached houses. The site previously accommodated a bungalow and there was a history of refused applications for two houses at the site. However, Bloomfields was successfully able to demonstrate that the proposal would be in accordance with current local and national planning policies and the site’s location within an area with critical drainage problems could be overcome.
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Bloomfields prepared an application to seek the removal of a planning condition requiring the demolition of a building if its permitted use was to cease. The application was made as the condition was considered to be unreasonable and unenforceable, as well as irrelevant to the development concerned. More importantly for the client, the condition limited […]
A prior approval application for the change of use of an agricultural building to a house was refused on the grounds that the siting and location of the building would not be desirable or practicable. However, Bloomfields has succeeded in proving that the development of residential uses in locations which would not ordinarily be contemplated […]
The Council considered that the provision of 16 mobile homes on a farm to support its fruit growing would cause an adverse noise impact to nearby residents and also argued that additional facilities should be provided in addition to those proposed. The Planning Inspector held that insufficient harm arising from the proposal would warrant a […]