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Test Valley Borough Council is preparing its next Local Plan and is now seeking comments on its first formal draft of strategic policies and proposals.   The Plan is split into five chapters: Introduction, Vision, Key Challenges and Objectives, Spatial Strategy, Strategic Policy Framework and Meeting...

BJC Planning has obtained planning permission on appeal for 12 dwellings in East Meon.  The Planning Inspectorate allowed a s.78 planning appeal for the allocated Neighbourhood Plan site within the South Downs National Park. Policy EM16 of the East Meon Neighbourhood Development Plan 2016 – 2032...

BJC Planning has recently obtained planning permission for a private client, who owns land in Brattleby in West Lindsey District in Lincolnshire, for the conversion and extension of a barn to a 3-bedroom dwelling. The barn conversion includes a small extension to be added to the...

BJC Planning has recently submitted yet another planning application for residential development in Cupernham Lane, Romsey.  This latest application proposes the: ‘Erection of 35 dwellings with associated parking and use of the vehicular ingress and egress onto Cupernham Lane following the demolition of the existing...

BJC Planning has received planning permission for Change of Use, Listed Building Consent for works and Advertisement Consent for premises in The Friary, Southsea.  The premises comprise a unit situated within The Friary, which is a Grade II Listed Building. The unit was previously in use...

Southampton City Council is gathering evidence for its Strategic Land Availability Assessment and has made a Call for Sites.  The Assessment will be used to inform the Southampton City vision which is the new Local Plan for the city.  If you have any land with...

BJC Planning submitted an application to determine if prior approval was required for a proposed ‘Change of use of a building and land within its curtilage from a use as an agricultural building to a use falling within C3 (dwelling houses) together with building operations...

BJC Planning has obtained planning permission for a temporary equestrian worker’s dwelling at Newtown, near Wickham.  The business model involves the breeding of ponies and the breaking and schooling of ponies.  The application was supported by a detailed report justifying the need for an on-site...

BJC Planning is delighted to have obtained permission on appeal for clients in Clanfield.  This is the third successful appeal.  The application was an alternative to an earlier scheme and the third variation of the extension to have been refused by the Local Planning Authority...