RCC has assisted PKA Architects in attaining permission for the retail conversion in Wiltshire
The application to create an annex in a walled garden was submitted by another agent but RCC were brought in when the planning officer threatened to refuse the application.
We are please to have attained full planning permission for our housing association client for this pair of houses within the normal 8 week period.
After a long struggle RCC are delighted that their clients have attained planning permission for this village site.
RCC are delighted to have not only attained outline planning permission for a new dwelling for our clients farm in Wiltshire but also the permanent retention of a mobile home unit.
After a drawn out process we were delighted that our client has finally gained permission for this new dwelling following protracted negotiations with the planners.
RCC are delighted to have attained permission for this conversion in rural Wiltshire after further work was required to satisfy the planning officer.
RCC are delighted to have attained consent for a modest one bedroom dwelling in place of a small group of garages in Wimborne.
RCC are delighted to have attained the consent using the Part Q permitted development rights for the this building in Wiltshire.
The permission was attained for a housing association client due to parking pressure in the area resulting in green areas being parked on.
RCC are delighted to have attained permission to convert this chapel to residential use with permission being granted under delegated powers.
RCC are please to have attained permission to convert these underused garages to office use near the Frome town centre.
RCC are pleased to have attained planning permission to demolition the current run down building and replace it with a bigger new building.
Permission has been granted for this raised parking area in Potterne following a previous complaint to the council.
RCC are delighted to attained the necessary permission after concerns had previoulsy been raised by planners.
RCC are delighted that planning permission has been granted for a scheme of 19 dwellings on a brownfield site in Devizes
Following extensive negotiations permission has now been approved for these historic buildings to be converted to commercial use.
RCC are delighted to have attained permission (partly retrospective) for the track and bund following extensive negotiations.
Approval has been attained for a modest outbuilding for an extended property in the heart of the AONB.
RCC have successful steered through an application to release land from its village green status in a Wiltshire village.
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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.