It is always pleasing to see progress being made on buildings after Bloomfields has obtained planning permission, and equally pleasing when your efforts are recognised by others. It was a welcome surprise therefore to get a mention in the June edition of South East Farmer magazine by the Scorpion Building team, who are building the 10,000 bin cold store facility for our fruit-farming client. Super to see photos of the project underway.
Some related projects...
Bloomfields successfully de-listed a 1970s farmhouse within Sevenoaks District Council. This process involved applications, site visits and consultation periods with Historic England before a full report was sent to the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport for their consideration. The Secretary of State will then decide to remove the property from its Listing Class […]
Conversion of portal-framed building on historic farmstead approved together with landscape enhancements
Deep in the heart of the Kent countryside nestling in idyllic surroundings, there is a manor house set within a 258 acre estate. The principal house in part dates back hundreds of years to the late medieval period, and is designated a Grade II listing being of Special Architectural Interest and Historic Note. Within this […]
Bloomfields was proud to support the top fruit industry and their client in obtaining planning permission for over 3,500 square metres of CA stores and a new bin pad storage area. This was achieved without the requirement for this application to go to the Planning Committee, even though the facility was large and in the […]
Bloomfields has successfully utilised the extended permitted development rights that are now available to agricultural holdings to provide up to 1000 square metres of development. Farming practices are evolving fast, with a constant requirement to keep up with technology and improve efficiency, and the allowance of buildings and development area of up to 1000 square […]
Bloomfields has successfully obtained permission for two new agricultural buildings and an extension to an existing building to support a cattle farm. The new buildings will provide accommodation for calves in order to facilitate new and young stock, and the extension will incorporate a new office to improve the record keeping and management of an […]