RCC are delighted to have helped our clients attain planning permission for a sizeable replacement dwelling
RCC are pleased to hear that a project we had worked on has now been approved
RCC are very pleased to have attained full planning permission for an infill dwelling even though there were a number of strong local objections.
RCC are extremely pleased to have attained two consents at this site where the planning issues had been complicated and subject to extensive discussions and negotiations with the council.
RCC are delighted to have attained this planning permission for a car storage barn for our client
RCC are delighted that full permission has been granted for two huts in Wiltshire
RCC are delighted to have attained this planning permission for our client with the minimum of fuss following and enforcement complaint.
The application was retrospective and had been subject to an enforcement complaint and we are delighted that after a long delay permission has now been granted.
It is always nice to see our previous planning permissions being built and this new unit is looking really good.
RCC are delighted to have attained permission for these two dwelling on an underused parking area in a Wiltshire village
RCC have attained full planning permission to allow a current annex building to be used as a separate dwelling in a Wiltshire village.
The building had originally been built as a garage but at a later date the owners applied to alter the building and use it as an annex ancillary to the main house. The annex application had raised some objections and as such the final decision was made at the planning committee just over 10 years ago. At that committee it was decided that the use would be restricted not only be a planning condition but also a Section 106 planning legal agreement.
RCC were approached to see if we felt a case could be made to lift these restrictions and allow the annex to be used as an independent dwelling and ultimately be sold off separately form the main house. We felt there was a strong case to be made but we recommended the first step was a planning application to in essence remove the restrictive planning condition and if that was approved we could then apply to remove the Section 106 agreement.
We were delighted when the council agreed that planning permission should be granted for the independent use of the annex. The next step is to deal with the Section 106 agreement.
RCC are delighted to have attained this full planning permission in the AONB
RCC are delighted to have attain these permissions for our clients after years of uncertainty
Full permission has been granted for this modest array of solar panels in Wiltshire
RCC are delighted to have secured these planning permissions and resolve a difficult planning situation for our clients
RCC are pleased to have attained this permission in the centre of Devizes for Gaiger Bros Ltd.
RCC are delighted to have attained permission for this dwelling sited outside of the defined settlement boundary
RCC are delighted to have attain approval of the conversion of three agricultural buildings into four dwellings in Wiltshire
RCC are delighted to have attained permission for yard managers mobile home to be retained for a further 6 years following previous temporary permissions.
Full planning permission has been granted to demolition of this old bull pen building a replacement with a building to be used ancillary to the main house.
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The applicants had tried to obtain planning permission for a second agricultural workers dwelling at their West Overton farm for a family member to live in. The dwelling was to replace a mobile home that had occupied the site for many years however the Council were now threatening enforcement action.
All applications for agricultural workers dwellings are complicated. They need to be presented to the local planning authority with a strongly set out case in the supporting statements. This proposal was for a third dwelling at this dairy farm and as such the challenges were even greater.