The buildings historical use was as a chapel but had later been used a a shooting lodge, it was however now no longer required for that use and RCC were approved by the owners to explore various options for the building. It was decided that full independent residential use was the most appropriate and viable use and as such we set about preparing a robust planning submission to address all the planning issues raised by such a proposal, including address a local planning policy that only allows residential re-use where commercial or tourism re-use are not practical propositions. This is something RCC has had great success with in the past and we were extremely pleased when delegated approval was attained.
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RCC was brought on board by PKA Architects when they were approached by a developer proposing a mixed use development on a vacant site in Devizes town centre. The site accommodated a single storey clinic building and car park but historically there would have been a building on the main road frontage