Elstow School, Bedfordshire
GCPP assisted developers Parrott Developments in obtaining a resolution to grant planning permission for the conversion of a listed school house into 4 residential units and the erection of 12 new dwellings to the rear. The site lies within a conservation area and partly outside the settlement of Elstow.
The heritage issues required careful assessment and detailed negotiations with the Council.
Perseverance Farm, Oxfordshire
GCPP assisted our client in obtaining planning permission for a large two-storey dwelling in place of a modest bungalow at a former farm complex within the countryside designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Despite some objections from locals including the Parish Council we managed to obtain planning permission for this high quality development.
New Road Nurseries, Bedfordshire
GCPP assisted our client in obtaining planning permission for two large industrial buildings on the site of nursery poly tunnels in the open countryside. This significantly enhanced the floor space available for either storage and distribution or general industrial uses in this location close to the strategic highway network.
Biggleswade Station, Bedfordshire
GCPP produced supporting documents to assist the an architectural practice J & J Architectural Services in obtaining planning permission for an office development adjacent to Biggleswade Railway Station. This involved the production of a Planning, Design and Access Statement, Biodiversity Report, Travel Plan and Contamination Report required by the local planning authority.
Butlers Cross, Buckinghamshire
GCPP was commissioned to appeal against the refusal of planning permission for a conservatory to a replacement dwelling in the Green Belt. The Council refused permission on the grounds that the replacement dwelling significantly larger than the original dwelling on this site and that the conservatory was therefore inappropriate development. However, GCPP undertook detailed research into the planning history and case law and successfully argued that the Council had wrongly assessed the size of the original dwelling and that the proposed conservatory was not inappropriate development in the Green Belt.