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Rise in Planning Fees postponed!

Further to our post in April advising of a proposed rise in planning application fees by the Government in July, we have been in contact with the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG), as there had been no more recent clarification of the proposal. The DCLG confirmed to us that the decision to hold a General Election, and the...

Black Country ‘Call for Sites’ and ‘Issues and Options’ Consultation

The councils of Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton are currently carrying out a ‘Call for Sites’ to try to identify land suitable for residential and employment development to meet anticipated future growth needs for the area. The closing date for information on potential development sites to be submitted for consideration is 5pm Friday 8th September 2017.  The ‘Call for Sites’...

Solihull calls for brownfield sites

Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council is calling for submissions of brownfield land sites until Monday 31st July which follows on from the Government’s introduction of a statutory requirement on Local Planning Authorities to publish and maintain a Brownfield Land Register by the end of the year. The Register is a list of sites that are previously developed and suitable for residential...

Approval for new Hotel Accommodation and Estate Road in the Cotswolds AONB

Approval for new Hotel Accommodation and Estate Road in the Cotswolds AONB

We are pleased to have obtained planning permission for the conversion of ‘The Coach House’ to hotel accommodation and reception area for the ‘Fish Hotel’; and the provision of a new estate road to connect ‘The Coach House’ to ‘Brook House’, on behalf of our client Farncombe Estate. The site is located within the grounds of the Farncombe Estate on...

Planning Permission granted for conversion of pub to dwelling

Planning Permission granted for conversion of pub to dwelling

The Tyler Parkes team is delighted to have obtained planning permission for the conversion of a former public house, known as the White Lion Inn, in the town centre of Atherstone, into a residential dwelling. The site lies within the Atherstone Conservation Area and had been used as a public house for many years, but latterly had trading difficulties, seeing...

Permission granted for extensions to luxury hotel in Cotswolds AONB

Permission granted for extensions to luxury hotel in Cotswolds AONB

We are pleased to have obtained planning permission on behalf of our client Farncombe Estate for extensions to form additional bedroom rooms and an extension to the spa area at the existing Dormy House Hotel. The hotel is located on Willersey Hill, close to the attractive village of Broadway within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The site...

South Worcestershire Council’s adopt separate CIL Charging Schedules

The South Worcestershire Councils of Malvern Hills, Worcester City and Wychavon District Council have adopted separate Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Charging Schedules. Both Malvern Hills and Wychavon Councils will implement CIL charging from Monday 5th June 2017 and Worcester City will implement CIL charging from Monday 4th September 2017. Planning applications approved after those dates will be liable to CIL...

Tyler-Parkes Win Appeal for New Dwelling in Lapworth Green Belt

Tyler-Parkes Win Appeal for New Dwelling in Lapworth Green Belt

We are pleased to confirm that planning permission has been granted at appeal for a new 3-bedroom dwelling in the Green Belt on Church Lane in Lapworth.  The appeal site lies within an established stretch of built-up frontage, consisting predominantly of large detached houses. It forms part of the substantial garden of an existing detached property and proposes to share...

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