Permission for Contemporary Design in Conservation Area
The Tyler Parkes team has successfully obtained planning permission for a new dwelling in the Conservation Area of Alveston, an attractive village to the north-east of Stratford-upon-Avon, on behalf of our client, Romford Land Ltd.
The new dwelling, designed by Mark Wildish of ArchiWildish, will be of a contemporary design, located on a section of garden land adjacent to host dwelling, built in the 1960s.
The planning officer recommended approval, however, due to an objection from the local councillor, the application was referred to Stratford on Avon’s Planning Committee. The local councillor, as well as a neighbour, spoke against the proposal. In response, Tyler Parkes’ Director Gail Collins addressed the Committee, drawing attention to the fact that officers considered the new dwelling to be of high quality design, that it would preserve the character and appearance of the Conservation Area, there would be no adverse impact on neighbours and there were no statutory objections to the proposal. The application was subsequently approved by the Planning Committee, subject to conditions.