RCC are delighted that full permission has been granted for two huts in Wiltshire
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 this full planning permission in the AONB
Full permission has been granted for this modest array of solar panels in Wiltshire
RCC are delighted to have attain approval of the conversion of three agricultural buildings into four dwellings in Wiltshire
RCC are delighted to have finally received full planning permission for the conversion of the above building following a previous Class Q approval
RCC are delighted to have attained a Class Q permission for our clients on this building in Wiltshire
RCC are delighted to have attained planning permission to convert a large redundant building into two good sized holiday let units.
RCC are delighted to have attained full planning permission of this building to a dwelling in a rural location in Hampshire
RCC are delighted that full planning permission has been granted for the conversion of this 'modern' agricultural in Wiltshire
RCC have attained permission for the conversion of this former agricultural building to residential use.
We are delighted that RCC has attained two consents for planning permission for the change of use of farm buildings to commercial uses
RCC were delighted for our clients when our planning appeal was allowed and a full award of costs had been made against the council.
RCC were delighted to have attained then necessary approval for this Class Q conversion in Wiltshire
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.
RCC are delighted that a Section 106 which tied a previously approved dwelling to the farmyard and wider holding has been removed.
RCC is delighted to have attained a Class Q permitted development conversion for our clients in Wiltshire.
We were very pleased when RCC were again successful with the certificate application for the breach of an agricultural occupancy condition in Wiltshire
These measures have been announced and relate to planning permissions that would have lapsed between 23 March and 31 December 2020.
Whilst these are very difficult times planning feasibility work, planning applications and planning appeals still continue.
Latest agricultural case studies:
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.