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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 pleased to announce that planning permission was issued on 7 May 2021 by Fareham Borough Council for the site at Seafield Road and Moraunt Drive, Portchester.  The development includes 48 dwellings of which 19 will be affordable units split between affordable rent...

PLANNING PERMISSION HAS BEEN GRANTED FOR THE ERECTION OF A DOG DAYCARE BUILDING AND THE CHANGE OF USE OF A SITE TO RESIDENTIAL/DOG DAYCARE BJC Planning has obtained planning permission on behalf of the owner of a residential property in Bursledon for the erection of a...

Winchester City Council have published its latest Consultation entitled Strategic Options and Priorities. This forms part of the Local Plan Review. The Deadline for comments is the 12 April 2021. The City Council has to allocate sufficient land to satisfy its housing and employment needs up...

Bewley Homes have just acquired a development site on Winchester Road, Wickham to the north of the village.  Bryan Jezeph of BJC Planning was delighted to be able support Bewley Homes in this endeavour.  The site has full planning permission for 120 dwellings, including 48...

We are delighted to have been able to obtain a successful outcome for our client, LandQuest.  BJC planning is pleased to report that the planning permission for 14 dwellings at Ringstead, Cupernham Lane, Romsey was issued on 12th February 2021....

Wiltshire Council will be consulting on its Local Plan Review, between 13th January and 9th March 2021   Wiltshire has to allocate sufficient land to satisfy its housing and employment needs up to 2036, and is seeking the view of local communities and stakeholders to see if...

BJC Planning has achieved the removal of an agricultural tie on a workers’ dwelling at a former market garden in Warsash.  The application demonstrated that there was now no longer an overriding need or justification for there to be an immediate on-site presence at Conigre,...