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Certificate of Lawful Use Establishhed for Commercial Enterprise in Cheshire West
We have successfully gained approval for a commercial enterprise establishing a once ‘open countryside’ designated site in to a confirmed ‘brownfield’ site. This will enhance the current business operations in this countryside setting and ensure that future development is measured under local planning policy as a previously developed site.
PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED FOR BUNGALOW
Planning permission has been granted for this new agricultural workers bungalow outside of Cranage. The bungalow includes a detached garage. Designed in a traditional style, the bungalow has contemporary features that include full height vaulted ceilings with large open plan rooms with rooflights as well as full height glazing providing dramatic spaces filled with light. The application has been approved under the exception rules of the planning policies which allow new dwellings in the countryside for an […]
NEW Permitted Development Rules for Barn Conversions
The government has now published legislation relating to converting redundant agricultural building to residential dwellings without the need to apply for planning consent. The new Permitted Development rights, which only apply in England and come into effect from 6 April 2014, will allow the conversion of buildings up to 450 sq metres to create a maximum of three dwellings per holding. The new rights will not be available for buildings in designated areas such as […]