Bloomfields was approached by a client to regularise the use of a stable block, associated barn and shipping containers to a dwelling house. A lawful development certificate (existing) was obtained for these buildings and their associated garden land and as a result, a residential unit was established on the agricultural land.
As the residential use had been established on the site, Bloomfields was able to submit a planning application with the Council to replace the stable block and outbuildings with a dwelling house to provide upgraded accommodation for our clients. This was approved without delay.
In order to provide accommodation for our clients’ children and to ensure the onward future care of our clients’ health, a lawful development certificate (proposed) was obtained for a mobile home to be placed within the curtilage of the main house as ancillary annex accommodation. This allows our clients’ son and wife to also reside on site and provide care for their parents.