RCC have attained full planning permission for the conversion of this former estate chapel building in open countryside to a dwelling.
RCC are delighted that planning permission has been granted for our clients on the edge of a West Lavington in Wiltshire.
RCC have attained full planning permission for these conversions on the edge of a Wiltshire village
RCC were delighted when full planning permission was granted for the retention of the retaining structure and fencing at this property
After a previous failed attempt by a third party RCC have attained a certificate of lawfulness for an annex at a Wiltshire property
RCC were delighted when we attained a successful resolution to a particularly difficult planning enforcement matter in Wiltshire
The application was to retain an as built dwelling that had been built differently than the approved drawings in a countryside location
RCC were extremely pleased with another successful appeal against a Wiltshire Council decision for this new holiday accommodation building
RCC are delighted to have been successful with the planning appeal for a new dwelling after a long battle
RCC are pleased to have attained planning permission for this new build holiday accommodation building in the open countryside in Wiltshire
The planning permission is for a building to be used in conjunction with our client's business and also for domestic garaging
RCC have attained full planning permission for a dwelling on an area of open space on the corner of two roads in Somerset
RCC were delighted to have won a planning appeal in Wiltshire for a car park just outside a village in the AONB
RCC are delighted that full planning permission has been granted for the conversion of this 'modern' agricultural in Wiltshire
Wiltshire Council have approved a Section 73 application that proposed various amendments to the scale and design of the previous proposal.
The site in Bedfordshire was in the Green Belt and already had permission to convert agricultural building to residential use but the site now has permission for new build dwellings.
RCC are delighted to have won an appeal relating to the full residential use of a holiday let on the edge of a Wiltshire town.
RCC are delighted to have received this appeal decision after a long struggle with the planners
RCC have attained another certificate of lawfulness for an annex in Kent which is great news for our clients
RCC have attained permission for the conversion of this former agricultural building to residential use.
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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.