Bloomfields have given their client the opportunity to convert a small redundant brick barn to a house. Whilst achieving such conversions are routine for Bloomfields, this case was slightly different in that the building proposed for conversion was only 25 square metres. Although limited in size, now that permission has been achieved, this means the client can consider an application to extend the property. Or they may just wish to sell now that the value has been increased.
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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 […]
Bloomfields has gained permanent consent for alternative siting relating to the storage and retention of seasonal agricultural workers’ mobile homes. Our client wished to relocate mobiles, due to land ownership constraints. The application was submitted with significant agricultural justification, as well as highlighting changes in planning policy. This supporting information ensured that there were no […]
Following previous approval for two homes at a former agricultural site on top of the Kent Downs, approval has been obtained this week for further seven new homes. These nine new homes will be set within an attractive rural landscape, which forms part of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We continue to […]
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 […]
Bloomfields has successfully gained permanent consent for a total of 19ha of polytunnels on two green field sites for a soft fruit farmer, one site of which is adjacent to a SSSI river. An Environmental Impact Assessment Scoping Opinion was submitted prior to the design and submission for the sensitive development, in order to ensure […]