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Permission for new houses in Coventry

We are delighted to have secured a further permission for 3 houses near Allesley, Coventry. The scheme involves the demolition of the existing dwelling house and outbuildings on the site and the erection of 3 new detached dwellings, 2 of which are to be built to the rear, with a new access road. Our client, a private homeowner, currently lives in the house on the frontage of the site. We considered the proposal an efficient use of a brownfield site, in a sustainable location. Our in-house Architectural team designed an appropriate scheme in character with the area. The Council’s Planning Officer fully agreed with our submission. During the processing of the application, we liaised closely wi

New Senior Planning Consultant at TPP!

We are delighted to announce that we have further strengthened our planning team with the appointment of a new Senior Planning Consultant, Amanda Stobbs, a chartered town planner with over 10 years’ experience in private practice. Amanda has experience on a wide variety of projects, including residential proposals from circa 300 dwelling schemes to applications for single dwellings, commercial and industrial, leisure and tourism, renewable energy, waste management and flood alleviation schemes. She has provided planning, environmental and consultation services from project inception through to completion on site. Her involvement in projects extends across all scales of development including

Appeal success and costs for Kendrick Homes

Tyler Parkes is pleased to have successfully appealed the refusal of a full application for the 7 dwellings on behalf of our Clients, Kendrick Homes Ltd, with a full award of costs. The appeal site consists of a 0.36 hectare paddock located within the Green Belt at the north edge of, but outside, the settlement boundary of Romsley within Bromsgrove District. The planning application was refused by the Council, against Officer recommendation; with the reasons for refusal citing concerns over pedestrian and resident safety, the density of the development and the housing mix. Tyler Parkes was instructed by Kendrick Homes Ltd to appeal the decision to the Planning Inspectorate and in doing so s

Planning permission for Damson Homes

Tyler Parkes have obtained outline planning permission for the erection of 10 new houses for their clients, Damson Homes, after an ‘about turn’ by Birmingham City Council’s Planning Committee. The site comprises parts of long rear gardens to existing properties within a wholly residential area in Leach Green Road, Rednal, but takes access from the end of an existing cul-de-sac at Ash Bridge Court. The application was accompanied by the necessary surveys to demonstrate there were no issues with regard to trees, ecology, drainage or highways, and a detailed Planning Support Statement by this Practice. After various technical queries had been addressed and resolved, the application was reported

Bromsgrove ‘Call for Sites’ and Local Plan Review

It is anticipated that Bromsgrove District Council will consult on their Local Plan Review Issues and Options Update, and also undertake a ‘Call for Sites’ during the 6 weeks from 30th September to the 11th November 2019. Councillors considered the proposal at Cabinet meeting on 4th September and Council will make a final decision about the consultation at their meeting on 25th September 2019. When the Bromsgrove Local Plan was adopted in January 2017 it did not allocate enough land to accommodate their housing requirement and an early review was needed to accommodate the unmet need of 2,300 houses up to 2030. The forthcoming consultation proposes a new plan end date of 2040 which, it sug

Micro Pub Permission for Kings Norton

Tyler Parkes has secured planning permission for the conversion of a derelict bank in Kings Norton, Birmingham. The former bank, directly adjacent Kings Norton Station, has lain empty for nearly a decade, presenting an unwelcoming, boarded-up and graffitied shop front on the busy Pershore Road South. Visual of new Micro Pub © The Tyler Parkes Partnership Ltd The permission allows our client to change the use of the bank to a micro-pub. Despite the decline of traditional pubs and sports bars, there is a marked increase in demand for places for drinkers to enjoy craft ales and beers. Our application was supported by visuals of the proposed premises. This approval will not only revitalise the a

Approval for Selly Oak Student Development

Tyler Parkes has secured full planning permission on behalf of our Clients, C. Faulkner & Sons Ltd, for the erection of a new purpose built student accommodation development in the Selly Oak area of Birmingham. The development is of a contemporary design standing at 3 storeys in height along the street frontage, and 2 storeys at the rear. 54 generously sized student bedrooms will be provided, each with its own en-suite facilities, within 14 cluster apartments, each of which accommodates shared kitchen and lounge facilities. A communal landscaped garden is also provided. Working in conjunction with Russell Overs Architects, Tyler Parkes has taken the lead on all planning and related matters

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