RCC were delighted to have removed a 25 year old planning condition which restricted use of a site to a particular company.
The condition restricted the point of access for our client’s home and this dated back to 1999 and had a significant impact as they now wanted to sell the house with it own separate access.
RCC are delighted to have attained planning permission for these dwellings in the garden of our client’s home in the centre of Devizes.
RCC have attained permission for our client to re-order their farmyard by creating a new modern grain store whilst converting an old brick barn to a dwelling.
RCC are delighted to have attained permission to regularise consent for the dwelling following previous enforcement investigations.
The buildings had been in a care use but can now be used for residential use much to the delight of our clients.
RCC have attained permission for our client to extend ‘up and out’ at their bungalow in Wiltshire.
The proposal involved the removal of an old agricultural building and a new employment building in its place.
The proposal was at an established fishing lake and tourist site.
The proposed building replaced a dated bungalow and follows on from a previous success.
RCC have managed to attain permission to remove a planning condition requiring a house to be demolished as part of a wider development of the site.
RCC have just attained permission for a tennis court in a paddock adjacent to a listed barn conversion near Winchester.
RCC has attained agreement for another log cabin annex for clients of Norwegian Log Buildings.
We are delighted that permission has been granted for a pair of detached dwellings in this Wiltshire village within the normal 8 week period.
RCC is delighted to have finally attained permission for the proposed dwelling following a previous refusal of planning permission by Wiltshire Council.
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This was an extremely interesting and challenging site where the owner of this village pub wanted to attain planning permission for a single dwelling on garden land to the rear of the pub. The pub was listed, as were many surrounding buildings, and was also in a conservation area.
This was an exciting development by Gaiger Bros. Ltd. who bought this landmark listed building in Devizes. It was originally part of the wider military barracks but whilst the remainder of the site had been subject to redevelopment The Keep was retained in separate ownership and used for low key commercial use.