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Case Study

Redevelopment of Redundant Farm Buildings

Agriculture

Date
4th October 2018
Local Planning Authority

A site in Kent comprising a number of redundant agricultural barns has been granted planning permission for complete redevelopment via Class Q and Class R permitted development.

The site now has permission for two family homes and for the flexible commercial use of one of the buildings. The site lies within Flood Zone 3 so we commissioned a bespoke Flood Risk Assessment which concluded the site was protected by flood defences upstream. Flood mitigation measures were however included in the plans which included raising the floor levels in line with Environment Agency guidance.

Redevelopment of Redundant Farm Buildings
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