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.
After a long struggle RCC are delighted that permission has finally been granted to an innovative and striking improvement to this dwelling.
These measures have been announced and relate to planning permissions that would have lapsed between 23 March and 31 December 2020.
RCC have just attained full planning permission for conversion of this building to a dwelling under delegated powers.
RCC were delighted to have attained this permission following our previous success on this Wiltshire site.
RCC are thrilled to have successfully won an appeal against a refusal of planning for a timber mobile home to be used as an annex.
Whilst these are very difficult times planning feasibility work, planning applications and planning appeals still continue.
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This site was the main warehouse and distribution premises for the Devizes based brewery Wadworth & Co Ltd, containing workshops and stabling for shire horses. RCC became involved in this site to act on behalf of the brewery who intended to reorganise their activities and operations whereby the main site would become redundant as a result.
Sixpenny Nurseries have a small group of nurseries in Wiltshire. Their lease in Devizes was ending and new premise was a priority. RCC discussed possible options with them but a number of possible sites raised issues concerning the potential impact of the proposed use on traffic and residential amenity of an area.
RCC was asked by the architects for this job (PKA Architects) to assist them by submitting a planning application for a farm diversification proposal. The proposal, on a dairy farm, was to establish a micro ice cream factory within an existing small agricultural building whilst then building an additional linked building to house a café.