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Glamping Domes approved in Cotswolds AONB

We are pleased to have received another permission from Cotswold District Council for ten glamping domes on the Farncombe Estate, in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) outside the attractive village of Broadway. The accommodation would form part of the existing Fish Hotel. The domes will be of an outstanding design, using high quality materials with a ‘forest green’ finish and will sit well within the area. They will respect the sensitive location of the AONB, providing innovative tourism accommodation from which guests can easily enjoy the countryside. Each dome has an internal floorspace of approximately 20 sq.m. and incorporates modern conveniences, including a wood burning st

Consultation on draft ‘Birmingham Urban Centres Framework’

The draft Birmingham Urban Centres Framework document seeks to deliver development opportunities and secure investment for Birmingham’s 70 urban centres and over 100 parades. The aim is to ensure the City’s urban centres are able to adapt effectively to the future growth agenda for Birmingham, which proposes 51,000 additional homes, significant additional employment and infrastructure improvements over the next 15 years. The Framework includes consideration of themes such as activity, connectivity, design and local identity as well as identifying major opportunities for investment and development. There is also an accompanying ‘Toolkit’ which provides suggestions and information to communi

Permission for three new dwellings in Dorridge

Tyler Parkes has recently been successful in obtaining planning permission for new residential dwellings on two separate sites in Dorridge, nr. Solihull. Our Architectural Team designed both schemes and our Planning Team took the applications though the planning application process, including presenting at Solihull’s Planning Committee in the case of the Avenue Road proposal. The first scheme, on Avenue Road, proposed replacing a single dwelling with two new properties. The development will make better use of a sustainable urban space and provides a development that is attractively designed and more energy efficient than the existing dwelling. The Council agreed that the scheme was entirely

Revised outline scheme for 8 dwellings approved in Sedgley

Tyler Parkes is pleased to have successfully secured a revised Outline Planning Permission for the erection of 8 dwellings on behalf of our clients in Sedgley, Dudley. The application site is 0.37 hectare piece of previously developed land, used as a contractors yard, within an otherwise primarily residential area in a highly sustainable location. The site is fronted by a locally listed building; is covered in part by an area Tree Preservation Order; and, the rear section of the site falls within the Green Belt. Outline permission was previously sought, and secured, by Tyler Parkes for the residential redevelopment for 7 dwellings, with access, layout and scale approved. Tyler Parkes had s

Powergen site progressing very well

Those readers who are familiar with Stratford Road, Shirley will no doubt have noticed the significant progress being made on the redevelopment of the former Powergen site at the junction with Haslucks Green Road, very close in fact to the Tyler Parkes’ offices. As announced in previous newsletters Tyler Parkes secured the planning permission for the redevelopment in June 2016. The scheme is a high-quality development at this important gateway to Solihull borough. It includes an ExtraCare Retirement Village by the ExtraCare Charitable Trust, comprising 261 units and various facilities for the residents including a café, cinema, gym, library, hairdressers etc. Construction of this substantial

Approval for additional car parking at Hogarths Hotel

Tyler Parkes continues to successfully assist Hogarths Hotel in Dorridge, Solihull with their ongoing programme of improvements and on this occasion we are pleased to have secured planning permission from Solihull Council for the hotel’s latest proposal to form two new overflow car parks within the site. ​Hogarths is a boutique hotel set in over 20 acres of beautiful landscaped grounds and woodlands offering fine dining, with a fabulous restaurant overlooking the grounds, conference and events space as well as hotel accommodation finished to an exceptionally high standard. With the considerable investment made by the owners of Hogarths, the hotel has been transformed into the outstanding est

Development Brief on 'Land East of Kenilworth' out for consultation

Warwick District Council is currently consulting on its draft ‘Development Brief for Land East of Kenilworth’ until 14th January 2019. Once comments have been received and reviewed, the document will be adopted as a Supplementary Planning Document. The development brief provides guidance on a sustainable urban extension to the eastern side of Kenilworth on around 100 hectares of land allocated for residential development (an estimated 1,400 dwellings), employment (8 hectares for B1 and B2 uses) and education uses. Further supporting infrastructure is required to meet the needs of the new community and minimise the impact of the new development. The draft document can be found on the Council’

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