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Case Study

Four Approvals In One Day – The Rural Planning Practice

Equestrian

Listed Buildings

Date
5th January 2024
Local Planning Authority
Ashford Borough Council, Cornwall Council, Cotswold District Council, Tunbridge Wells Borough Council

These weren’t for grand schemes or large housing developments but for our clients, their approvals will really make a positive difference to their lives and that is one of the things we love about our job.

  1. Retrospective permission for stables located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and in the setting of a listed property. The permission has allowed the owners to replace an unsuitably located and rundown stable building with new buildings in a much more convenient location closer to their property.
  2. Permission to vary a condition allowing a small family business to expand and operate more effectively.
  3. Permission granted for a solar array to be installed for private use in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Other constraints on the site included the proximity of Ancient Woodland.
  4. Permission granted for an outbuilding in the garden of a listed cottage. A small development, but in providing vital covered storage for the property owner its approval is much appreciated.
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