Bloomfields have gained permission for the use and alterations of an agricultural building as an annex. Bloomfields set out that the agricultural use of the building ceased more than ten years ago and the outbuildings inclusion within the garden area of a dwellinghouse as well as its ancillary use with the dwellinghouse had taken place for more than ten years. This use and inclusion within the residential garden land meant that the buildings use was now lawful and our client could propose additional external alterations to ensure that it’s annex use was fit for purpose. Planning Permission was granted for these external alterations as well as the use of the annex and extension to the garden land, allowing our client more scope for future development at their property.
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Bloomfields is pleased to report the successful modification to a legal agreement which had been imposed on the use of a residential property. The scheme was required to allow the full and unrestricted use of a former farmhouse associated with an agricultural holding. In preparing the scheme, Bloomfields was able to demonstrate to Officers and […]
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 […]
Our client was threatened with enforcement action for a barn that had been built contrary to the originally approved plans and for a different use. Bloomfields demonstrated that the barn had been located on site for sufficient length of time to justify its retention and subsequent immunity from enforcement. We provided the necessary Statutory Declarations […]
Under the threat of legal proceedings and an enforcement notice, it was successfully proved the site required the facilities under threat and they were subsequently retained