RCC wish all our clients a Happy New Year as we celebrate our 10th anniversary.
RCC were delighted to have attained change of use of part of this barn following a previous approval for the other part of the barn a couple of years ago.
RCC have had numerous successes with outdoor riding arenas, even in AONB's, and this approval in Wiltshire adds to those approvals.
RCC are delighted to have attained planning permission for this development under delegated powers within the normal timescales.
Following a previously successful certificate of lawfulness application concerning an agricultural occupancy condition RCC have now attained consent to fully remove the condition from the site.
We are delighted that we have again been successful with an annex, this time in Sevenoaks in Kent
RCC are delighted that a Section 106 which tied a previously approved dwelling to the farmyard and wider holding has been removed.
RCC have managed to attain approval to remove a planning condition that had previously prevented a large part of a house being used for residential development.
RCC is delighted to have attained a Class Q permitted development conversion for our clients in Wiltshire.
After a long and difficult process RCC are delighted that this application has finally been approved under delegated powers.
RCC have attained permission for a modest infill dwelling on this garden site in Somerset.
Permission has been attained in Wiltshire to vary an occupancy condition on a holiday let to allow much greater flexibility for our client.
RCC were delighted attain permission for the conversion and extension of a double garage to create this striking new annex.
After quite a delay due to COVID and restrictions on Council site visits we are pleased that this approval is final issued
We were very pleased when RCC were again successful with the certificate application for the breach of an agricultural occupancy condition in Wiltshire
RCC have attained permission for more containers and a further building conversion at this self-storage facility in rural Wiltshire.
Whilst there was some string local opposition, RCC has attained two planning approvals for a client in Wiltshire but the story isn't over.
RCC are delighted that planning permission has finally been granted for this new gallop in Berkshire.
This was an interesting proposal to convert a former aircraft hanger and pigsty in open countryside to residential use.
Were very please when the application got approved even after a negative pre-application enquiry response from the council.
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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.