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Planning permission granted at : 48 Haycroft Gardens, London, NW10

12/18/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for demolition of existing garage to the front and gym block to the rear and erection of a 2 bedroom bungalow on land to the rear of 48 Haycroft Gardens, NW10, with associated access, provision for car and cycle parking, bin stores and landscaping. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Brent Council 

Planning permission granted at : 37 Eglinton Hill, Plumstead, London, SE18 3NZ

12/11/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for demolition of existing garage and construction of a two storey side extension and eraction of a new garage. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Greenwich Council      Project : Formation of a brick boundary wall and demolition of existing garage (Retrospective) together with

Planning permission granted at : 295 Cavendish Road, London, SW12 0PH

11/26/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for erection of a single storey side and rear extension to the ground floor flat. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lambeth Council      Project : Erection of a single storey side and rear extension to the ground floor flat.   Location : 295 Cavendish Road, London,

Issue of certificate of lawfulness at : 61 Holders Hill Avenue, London, NW4 1ES

11/25/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured issue of certificate of lawfulness at for extension of rear dormer. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Barnet Council      Project : Extension of rear dormer.   Location : 61 Holders Hill Avenue, London, NW4 1ES   Council : Barnet         Need Planni

Planning permission granted at : 107 Albert Road, N22, London

11/24/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for creation of infill single storey extension to the ground floor flat. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Haringey Council      Project : Creation of infill single storey extension to the ground floor flat.   Location : 107 Albert Road , London, N22   Counci

Planning permission granted at : 27 The Pavement, London, SW4 0JD

11/17/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for details pursuant to condition 3 (single glazed widows) of planning permission ref 14/03143/FUL (Replacement of existing white UPVC framed double glazed windows with metal framed single glazed windows to Flat 27) Granted on 05.09.2014. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lambeth Council  &nbs

The prior approval granted at : 20 Hubert Grove London SW9 9PB

11/11/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured prior approval for the erection of a single storey rear infill extension with dimensions of 5.8m (depth) and 2.9 metres (height of flat roof). Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lambeth Council      Project : Application for prior approval for the erection of a single storey rear infill extension w

Planning permission granted at : 7 The Gardens, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 4HE

11/04/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the conversion of a residential care home to four flats. See below for the full project details. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Harrow Council    Project : Conversion of residential care home (Use class C2 ) to four flats ( Use class C3 ); Alterations to roof to form rear dor

Planning permission granted at : 17 Broughton Avenue, London, N3 3ES

10/17/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the Single storey rear extension including 3No. rooflights and new steps to rear garden following demolition of existing garage. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Barnet Council      Project : Single storey rear extension including 3No. rooflights and new steps to rear gard

Approval of Noise Management Plan at : Princess Parade, 3 New Road, Dagenham, Essex, RM10 9LS

10/15/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured approval of details reserved by condition 2 (noise management plan) in respect of inspectorate decision letter dated 12 March 2014. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lambeth Council      Project : Application for approval of details reserved by condition 2 (noise management plan) in respect of in

Issue of certificate of lawfulness at : 61, Wolfington Road, London, SE27 0RH

10/13/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured Certificate of Lawful Development (Proposed) with respect to the erection of a ground floor single storey rear extension. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lambeth Council      Project : Erection of a ground floor single storey rear extension.   Location : 61, Wolfington Road, London,

Planning permission granted at : 16A Bennett Park Blackheath SE3

10/08/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the construction of a new fourth floor level and associated alterations for the conversion of the ground and basement levels to create 4 self-contained flats.. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Greenwich Council      Project : Construction of a new fourth floor level and as

Planning permission granted at : 1 Hillfield Park London N10 3QT

09/18/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the reinstatement of the existing derelict garage structure to form an ancillary use space. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Haringey Council      Project : Reinstatement of the existing derelict garage structure to form an ancillary use space.   Location : 1 H

Planning permission granted at : Trinity Close 27 The Pavement London SW4 0JD

09/10/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the replacement of existing white UPVc framed double glazed windows with metal framed single glazed windows to Flat 27. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lambeth Council      Project : Replacement of existing white UPVc framed double glazed windows with metal framed single

Planning permission granted at : 6 Westbere Road, London, NW2 3SR

09/05/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the alteration to front entrance access steps and installation of gate and replacement of rear garden boundary wall with gate. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Camden Council      Project : Alteration to front entrance access steps and installation of gate and replacement

Planning permission granted at : 16-Redan Street, London, W14 0AB

08/15/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for erection of a rear roof extension. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Hammersmith And Fulham Council      Project : Erection of a rear roof extension   Location : 16 Redan Street, London, W14-0AB   Council : Hammersmith and Fulham     &nb

Planning permission granted at : 1 - 2 Wilmot Place, London, NW1 9JS

07/31/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the Erection of 3rd floor roof extension to provide a 2 bed self-contained flat (C3), alterations to commercial ground and residential 1st and 2nd floor level elevations with associated ramp access. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Camden Council      Project : Erection of

Prior approval granted at : 159 Ardgowan Road, London, SE6

07/25/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured prior approval for change of use of the existing ground floor retail unit from (Class A1) to a 1 bed flat (Class C3) Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lewisham Council      Project : Prior Approval for the change of use of the existing ground floor retail unit from (Class A1) to a 1 bed flat (Cla

Prior approval granted at : 86 Pond Road, Stratford, E15 3BE

07/14/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured prior approval for a householder single storey rear extension. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Newham Council      Project : Prior approval for a householder single storey rear extension. The proposed extension would extend 5.3 metres beyond the rear wall of the original house, measure 3 metres

Planning permission granted at : 19 Boston Gardens, Brentford, London, TW8

04/30/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the erection of a rear roof extension with hip-to-gable conversion and front roof windows. Erection of a single storey rear extension and a single storey detached summer house within the rear garden. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Hounslow Council      Project : Rear roo

Planning permission granted at : 105 Long Lane, Ickenham, UB10

04/29/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the Single storey rear extension and conversion of roof space to habitable use to include a rear dormer and one side roof light.. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Hillingdon Council      Project : Single storey rear extension and conversion of roof space to habitable use t

Planning permission granted at : 165 Bathurst Gardens, Brent, NW10

04/29/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the Erection of a single storey side and rear extension with decking to rear of dwellinghouse. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Brent Council      Project : Erection of a single storey side and rear extension with decking to rear of dwellinghouse.   Location : 

Planning permission granted at : Fairmead Crescent, Edgware, HA8

04/29/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the Erection of two semi-detached dwelling houses with rooms in roof space and including 2no. allocated off street parking, refuse storage and rear amenity spaces following demolition of existing house and garage. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Barnet Council      Projec

Planning permission granted at : Mayfield Gardens, Ealing, W7

04/29/2014

  Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the Rear roof extension (incorporating a juliet balcony) (Application for a Certificate of Lawfulness for a Purposed Development). Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Ealing Council      Project : Rear roof extension (incorporating a juliet balcony) (Application for a

Planning permission granted at : Sequoia Park, Harrow, HA5

04/29/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the Conversion of garage to habitable room and external alterations. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Harrow Council      Project : Conversion of garage to habitable room and external alterations   Location : Sequoia Park, Harrow, HA5   Council : Ha

Planning permission granted at : 37 Jeymer Avenue, London, NW2 4PJ

04/25/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the Erection of a first floor extension to rear of dwellinghouse. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Brent Council      Project : Erection of a first floor extension to rear of dwellinghouse/p>   Location : 37 Jeymer Avenue, London, NW2 4PJ   Council :&

Planning permission granted at : 124 Preston Road, Wembley, HA9 8NL

04/18/2014

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the First floor rear extension to dwellinghouse. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Brent Council      Project : First floor rear extension to dwellinghouse   Location : 124 Preston Road, Wembley, HA9 8NL   Council : Brent       &nb

Planning Reforms Going Down a Bad Road, Says Motion

11/10/2013

Sir Andrew Motion has accused the government’s planning reforms of having a direct correlation to the increase in vandalism of the countryside. Sir Andrew is a rural campaigner and a former poet laureate, turned activist when it comes to planning reforms that could potentially harm the environment and the landscapes of the United Kingdom. Sir Andrew has insisted that the current planning ref

“Use it or Lose it!” Style of Planning Permissions on the Way

11/07/2013

Arguments are currently surfacing in the government about whether or not developers should have the right to engage in land banking, or if planning councils should have the right to take away land that is purchased but not developed in a timely fashion. The most prominent proposal being considered at this time is one that would give planning councils the right to revoke planning permissions previo

Dover District Council Gives Planning Permission for new Energy Plant

10/31/2013

The Dover District Council has granted Estover Energy planning consent to build a £65 million green energy plant at Discovery Park in Sandwich at the former site of the Pfizer plant. Financial incentives are offered in the area by mean of its Enterprise Zone Status. The plant will be a biomass Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant that will be powered by wood fuel.It is expected that around 14

Durkan Withdraws Planning Bill Due to Legal Concerns

10/28/2013

Mark H Durkan, environment minister, has withdrawn a planning bill due to major legal concerns involving a major convention. The European Convention on Human Rights has many sections that could be considered to run counter to the measures and amendments that Durkan originally proposed to the environment planning bill. These amendments were backed by the DUP and Sinn Fein. At the time of withdrawal

Planning Minister Encourages Farmers to Go Head to Head With Planning Councils

10/25/2013

Recent reports out of the government indicate that the planning minister is actively encouraging farmers to battle for their rights against planning councils that restrict their abilities to build on their own farming land. Complaints across the country have recently arisen indicating that local planning councils often make it difficult, or even impossible, for farmers to erect new buildings on th

Wind Farms on the Rise in UK Thanks to Approved Planning Applications

10/18/2013

According to recent reports, the number of onshore wind farms in the United Kingdom is on the rise as planning permissions approval for the construction of wind turbines has increased in droves over the past year. Figures out of the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) indicate that the increase is steady and shows a commitment to change in the United Kingdom.Reports generate between Ja

Annual Increase in Year-Over-Year Numbers For Planning Approvals Signals Boom

10/15/2013

Recent reports from the housing industry indicate that there has been a significant increase in the year-over-year numbers for planning approvals. This increase may signal the beginning of a house building boom in Great Britain that the likes of which has not been seen in many years. This type of increase gives not only the housing industry, but also those individuals seeking affordable housing, r

With Changes to Planning Restrictions, Homeowners Get More Rights

09/30/2013

Recent reports indicate that homeowners can now experience the right to do more with their properties and with their homes. A recent relaxation of the planning restrictions for residential properties gives homeowners more rights, but little promotion of these changes has left most homeowners in the dark as to exactly what these changes mean for them and their homes. New reports from Stacks Propert

Increase in Planning Permissions in the United Kingdom Could Signal Housing Boom

09/27/2013

According to recent housing market reports, England could be set to experience a housing boom over the next six months to a year. The year-over-year planning permissions for homebuilders increased nationwide by a significant margin in the second quarter, creating high hopes that the numbers will continue to increase at rapid speeds. According to the most recent pipeline report from the House Build

South West Sees Large Leap in Planning Approvals

09/24/2013

Planning approvals have gone up significantly over the entire United Kingdom. And the South West is no exception for the past year. According to recent reports planning approvals, for new homes in the area at least, increased by more than 22 per cent over the past year in the South West. According to experts, this shows an increasing confidence in the market place by homebuilders who are willing t

Onshore Oil and Gas Sees New Planning Permission Requirements

09/21/2013

Anti-fracking activists swarmed Balcombe throughout the summer months, but despite the protests, the government continued to provide support for onshore gas projects, including those that are considered unconventional. However, the Fall has brought a review of the planning practice guidance and according to recent reports the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) is working to det

Planning Application Submitted for East Marsh Car Park After Construction

09/18/2013

At the corner of East Marsh where Spittlefields Road meets Ruckholt Road, a car park that can house 60 cars has been found to be built without the planning application that is required to build one. The Hackney Council under whose jurisdiction this construction applies explained that the reason was that the car park was considered to be temporary and that it in the process of applying for planning

Godalming College Expansion Denied

09/15/2013

A planning application made by Godalming College located on Tuesley Lane to enable an expansion in faculty and students by selling 3.6 acres of land to Bovis Homes for the residential development of the college has been rejected. The application was submitted jointly by Bovis Homes and the college and attracted a great deal of debate and objections from 86 officials. The scheme would enable the c

Planning Permissions Granted For Wetheral Homes

09/12/2013

Plans to allow the construction of six new homes within Wetheral have finally received approval. Residents of seventy strong, have been avidly protesting the original plans to develop the homes in Carlisle, along land that is located behind the Lime House. Two previous times when the plans were submitted, the group of residents contested against them. In both situations, the residents won. Even w

Developer Protesting Art Cash Condition In Planning Application

09/09/2013

A brand new drive-through restaurant and retail unit is going to be built along the edge of the town of Truro. The project, which will take place along the former Oak Tree Inn site is going to be constructed opposite of the park and ride along Threemilestone. The project was originally stalled due to the recession. However, since the recession has slowly passed over, plans are being made to get t

Family To Face Eviction After Building A Home With No Planning Permissions

08/25/2013

A family residing in Redruth that has chosen to live a sustainable lifestyle, is facing eviction. The eviction comes, after the family has been given word that if they do not move out of their home that they built themselves, they will be forced out of it. The couple, Daniel who is twenty seven and his wife Laura, who is thirty two, along with their two small children, decided to build a wooden c

Backlog of 400,000 Unbuilt UK Homes With Planning Permissions Raises Concerns

08/22/2013

One fact that is awfully surprising is that there are roughly 400,000 homes within the UK that have received planning permissions that are waiting to be constructed. These houses remain in the midst of being built, despite the extreme shortage of houses within the country. The backlog of homes waiting to be built has been reduced by a mere 6,000 during the 2012 year. Due to the backlog of homes t

Selby Leisure Centre Receives Planning Permissions For Redevelopment

08/18/2013

The Abbey Leisure centre, that is located in Selby, has been given planning permissions for redevelopment. The centre is going to be redeveloped by the district council, along with partnerships that encourage leisure services, WLCT. The national sports body located in England, has also agreed to assist with redeveloping the centre also. The redeveloped centre, is going to be constructed right on

Planning Permissions Are Granted For UKS Largest Solar Park

08/15/2013

BRNG Renewables has managed to obtain planning permissions, for a construction project that will take twenty five years to complete. The proposed permissions are to create an 18MW solar array field at an area that is referred to as Old Romney. Old Romney is located in the town of Kent. The committee located in Kent, has decided to vote towards having the solar facility erected in their area. The

The United Kingdom’s Biggest Self-Built Plan Receives Planning Permissions

08/12/2013

Individuals residing in Europe that are interested in building the dwelling of their dreams will be able to see proposals for the schematics of their dream living quarters. A self-build scheme located near Bicester, is in the works. A website, helping individuals build their dream homes, just went live, last week. Graven Hill, which is located a few miles south of Bicester, is being advertised as

Republican Memorial That Is Raising Concerns Has No Planning Permissions

08/09/2013

A new memorial monument that is being constructed in Castlederg has not received the proper planning permissions to be able to move forward. The memorial, which is intentionally being built as a means to commemorate IRA members that were living in the area, and killed during the Troubles, is being built for a purpose, but unionist are not pleased, that the building process, did not go through the

Couple Ordered To Demolish Illegal Extension

08/02/2013

A couple who built a two storey extension at the rear of their house without planning permission have been ordered to knock it down. Ann Clark was prosecuted by Barnet Council after it emerged she had failed to demolish her extension as required by an enforcement notice. The hearing at Willesden Magistrates Court heard that Mrs Clark and her husband built the two-storey rear extension includin

Ener-G Receives Planning Permissions For Their Ninth Conversion Facility

07/31/2013

Energos, which specializes in making clean energy from wastes, is taking the necessary steps to begin building their ninth conversion facility. They are hoping to build the facility in AmeyCespa’s. The plant is going to be given the name Milton Keynes Waste Recovery Park. The park received the necessary planning permissions that it needed earlier this month. Construction for the waste site

Health Bosses Believe New Hospital Facility In Wynyard Will Still Be Able To Open By 2017

07/31/2013

Health bosses are adamant that they are still going to be able to open their new hospital within Wynard by 2017. The £300m facility is raising a lot of concerns for people, and the government. There are talks that completion of the project is not on track. The individuals responsible for building the facility, believe that the talks that they had with the government about giving part-funding

Cheltenham Plans Receive Council Approval To Being Construction

07/28/2013

Local authorities, located in Cheltenham have released their decision on the plans that were given for Cheltenham. The authorities have decided to approve the £45 million development plans, that propose to transform the racecourse located in the British town. The borough council in Cheltenham has voted unanimously on the planning permissions that were submitted for the redevelopment of the

Berkeley Homes Plans To Build The Largest Residential Tower In The UK

07/25/2013

Berkley homes is interested in securing planning permissions for a residential tower, which, if built, will end up being the largest tower, ever granted planning permissions, to be constructed. The tower, if plans are approved, will be located in London’s docklands. The proposed plans that were submitted for approval, will feature 1150 residential units. The tower would raise to approximate

Planning Councils Brace For A Battle Over Shale Gas Plans

07/22/2013

Britain’s gas revolution is heading for a serious clash as local authorities and the central government have been feuding over planning permissions for extraction projects. If the extraction of shale gas is decided to be viable, from a commercial standpoint, the government fears that the drilling work may be held up by planning permissions processing, as the local authorities are attempting

Council Shows No Support For Dangerous Planning Permissions

07/19/2013

Dangerous planning applications for a dozen new properties to be built along a single track lane located in Penryn has been slammed by the planning council within the town. Mark Snowdon, who is the chair of the planning council, described the plans, which is requesting for new homes to be built along the Packsaddle land, as a type of accident that is waiting to happen. He described the plans as be

Residents Are Concerned About Planning Permissions For Animal Rendering Plant

07/16/2013

The owners of an animal rendering plant may be able to receive some sense of freedom from the scrutiny they have been receiving from Bradford Council. The rendering plant has announced its plans to choose to build a wind turbine that will measure thirty four metres high. Residents have been complaining about the smells that emanate from the Omega Proteins that are based at the Erlings Works, loca

Hollywood Film Hoping To Obtain Planning Permissions For Alien Crash Site

07/13/2013

Aliens are hoping that they will be given the opportunity to land on a piece of farmland that is located in Bramley. However, this landing will not take place, unless they obtain proper planning permissions from the council in charge of the borough first. The planners in charge of Waverley Borough, will need to decide whether the village is going to be allowed to obtain this encounter with the th

Planning Permission Delays Have Been Slammed By Whittonstall

07/10/2013

UK Coal has asked the Northumberland council for some more time to be able to submit data regarding their Whittonstall proposal. Campaigners that are against plans for a coal mine to open up where a rural village is nearby, are outraged and perplexed at the delays that are taking place on the controversy regarding the mine. UK Coal is planning to dig nearly two million tonnes of coal along with 5

Pinewood Studios Battles To Receive Planning Permissions

07/07/2013

Although Pinewood studies is supposed to be getting prepared to house Star Wars: Episode VII, the world-renowned studios plans may be jeopardised, as their plans to expand the studios have been squashed. Since 1935, Pinewood Studios has been the home of a wide variety of Hollywood blockbusters that range from classic Bond films such as Carry On, as well as Harry Potter films as well. However, whi

Urmston Primary School Given Planning Permissions To Extend 1940s Building

06/30/2013

A primary school located in Urmston, has been granted planning permissions to build two new classrooms. The school still has buildings that were originally built onto the school in the 1940s, these rooms have been deemed no longer fit for the school to operate in. So the planning approval, to build the new classrooms, could not have come at a better time. The English Martyrs RC school, located on

Builder Stops Work On Historic British School Because He Does Not Agree With Planning Permissions

06/27/2013

A builder that had agreed to a contract to assist with building a historic school site has decided to pull out of the contract. The builder claims that the developer of the site is planning on sidestepping the planning permission laws that he was granted. According to the builder, the developer planned for fourteen flats to be built, but they are plotting on adding two additional flats to the plan

Aberdeenshire Council Criticises Donald Trump for Planning Permission Violations

06/21/2013

US business tycoon, Donald Trump, is coming under fire yet again from the Aberdeenshire Council for his repeated mockery of planning rules at his Scotland golf course. The Council has rarely spoken up so loudly against planning permission violations and the course it has taken in this case is considered to be highly unprecedented. According to recent reports, Trump was asked by the Aberdeenshire C

New Steamboat Museum Gains Seal of Approval

06/18/2013

Planning permission has recently been awarded to the Lakeland Arts Trust by the Lake District National Park Authority (LDNPA) to rebuild the Windermere Steamboat Museum which is located near Bowness at Rayrigg Bay. The project is expected to cost £13.3 pounds to which £200,000 has been contributed as a grant by the South Lakeland District Council so that further funding can be found fr

New Bridport Recycling Facility Planning Application Submitted

06/15/2013

The Dorset Waste Partnership (DWP) recently submitted a planning application for a new £8 million purpose-built waste management centre in at Broomhills in Bridport that will serve as a household recycling centre (HRC) and waste transfer station. It is expected that a decision will be made on Friday 26th July regarding this application by the planning committee of the Dorset County Council.

New Community Hospital In Dover Finally Granted Planning Permissions

06/12/2013

After nearly a decade of outcries from citizens regarding the decimation of healthcare services in one of the coastal towns located in Kent, planning permissions have finally been granted to allow a new community hospital to be built in the area. This latest step in the long-running campaign to fight for better healthcare services in the Dover area services as a constant reminder of the incredible

Planning Permissions For Houses Up 10%

06/06/2013

Although the numbers for planning permissions for new housing developments decreased in 2013, from the previous quarter, the trends continue to show continued increases of 10.5% from year to year. The figures that have been released, also show an increase of 21.7% occurring over the previous year. There have been 40,633 permissions granted for dwelling during the first quarter of the year. The am

Planning Permissions Denied For 5MW Solar Park: Construction Has Been Halted

05/31/2013

South Northamptonshire Council planning officials have refused to approve the changes that have been made to a 5 MW solar park that was constructed earlier in the year. This refusal has stripped the plans consent that they were given to initially begin the construction following its completion. The German Contractor that was employed to perform the construction related tasks that totaled £6

New Permitted Development Rights Allow Property Conversions Sans Permission

05/19/2013

New permitted development rights have been approved in London SE1 that will change the way conversion developments are approved. In fact, the new rights will allow developers to convert office buildings into homes without any type of planning permission at all. Presently, the large majority of SE1 is exempted from this new measure and developers are required to get planning permission, however, th

Planning Permission Granted For Cardiff Bay Ice Arena

05/16/2013

A three thousand seat ice arena located in the International Sporting village of Cardiff Bay has received the planning permissions that it requires to get construction underway. The construction for the ice arena is expected to get started in August. The costs for the arena will be a staggering £16m, housing two separate ice rinks inside of it.  The arena will be the new home for the i

Planning Permissions Granted To Reduce Wind Turbines For Efficient Turbines In The UK

05/13/2013

RWE Npower Renewables, an energy company responsible for alternative wind power sources, has been given planning permission allowing them to repower the first wind farm located in the United Kingdom. With the granted planning permissions, the energy company will reduce the amount of turbines used to one third, while doubling the amount of energy given off in the process.  The Taff Ely Wind F

Mobile Telecommunication Companies Do Not Need Planning Permission To Erect 18 Foot Telephone Masts

05/07/2013

Mobile phones have taken the world by storm. They have become an electronic chain that allow people to keep up with their peers, regardless of location. These days, it is considered absurd if you do not own a mobile phone. In fact, people look at you as if you’re from another planet, if you do not have a phone attached to your ear while you are out, or aren’t consistently returning tex

UK Llama Farm Receives Planning Permission To Build A Solar Farm

05/04/2013

Renewable energy has been a hot topic in the news, worldwide for quite some time. As the amount of natural resources that the world yields is slowly decreasing, something has to be done to keep energy that the world needs, operational. As a result, new renewable forms of energy are being introduced to the general public. One of these renewable sources is solar energy, which will allow us to feed o

Government Give Local Councils Powers to Stop Traveler Camps

04/04/2013

Before the Easter holiday, the Communities and Government Secretary, Eric Pickles, granted powers to local councils so that they could give stop notices to travelers when they try to set up temporary camps. Currently, many gypsies and temporary travelers use loopholes in planning schemes to designates their camps and caravans as their primary residence so that they can avoid paying fines. Pickles

Old Grammar School in Coventry Granted Planning Permission

04/04/2013

The local council of Coventry has granted planning permission to refurbish and renovate the Old Grammar School in Hales Street, one of the oldest buildings in the town. It is listed as a Grade 1 building, a designation that means it is on the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest, a list that is maintained by the English Heritage in England. The building is pri

The Diversification of China’s Sovereign Wealth

03/23/2013

The government of China, under the auspices of two of its foreign arms is getting into the UK property investment in a big way. The two state bodies are the State Administration of the Foreign Exchange, SAFE and the China Investment Corporation, or CIC. Clearly the China sovereign wealth fund is overflowing to the extent that they are actively diversifying into investment vehicles in the UK proper

To Buy or Not to Buy in London? That is Not the Question For Overseas Investors

03/20/2013

Shakespeare was from the West Midlands. But he did go to London to make his fortune. But would he say that a city by any other name can smell as sweet as London? Many overseas property seekers seem to think so. They are heading to Birmingham, the second city in the West Midlands, for their development opportunities, rather than the hyper inflated capital. This is the outstanding headline from a re

Keeping it All in the Family

03/17/2013

It’s a definite flashbulb memory, David ‘golden balls’ Beckham in his designer boxer shorts. And then there is another picture for the first family of fashion in the Western World, album. David’s ‘missus’ Victoria in her lingerie. And right up to date we have the prince, young Romeo sporting a trench coat and representing the best of Burberry designs. Romeo Bec

National Trust Strikes Back in Plan Wars

03/14/2013

The National Trust, that guardian of ‘olde worlde’ England, does not like the coalition government’s plans for planning. They have fired a shot across the boughs by declaring that, changes to planning and building regulations, will lead to ‘war in the British countryside’’ between  rural communities and town planners. The charity, that is all about conserv

St.Ives Council Know Great Art When They See it

03/11/2013

If there is one town in the country that probably doesn’t need another art gallery it is St Ives in Cornwall. And yet the council there have given planning permission for a grand £12m projected add on at the Tate in the town. All of the councillors in the famous artists town voted in favour of the project. It does look like a notable project with several new show spaces and art exhibit

The Aussies are Coming to Judge BINTM

03/08/2013

Dannii Minogue is a celebrity. She is very good at being a celebrity, but how good is she at being mentor to wannabe models? Dannii is reported to be refreshing her catwalk skills before taking on another series of the ‘reality’ TV mentoring cum judging role for Britain & Ireland's Next Top Model. Could there be anything more surreal than a group of handpicked outstandingly beautif

Hinkley Point Planning Says Go, but the Energy Price Is Blowing in the Wind

03/05/2013

The Department of Energy and Climate Change have reported a good case of wind. They announced that the last months have seen an increase the quantity of electricity from offshore wind farms. The electricity from offshore winds is up by more than fifty percent and the onshore wind farms also gave us an increase of almost forty per cent with greatly increased capacity. This green energy source is to

Giant East Anglia Wind Farm is a ‘No Brainer’

03/02/2013

Soon, (if you think five years is soon), you may be able to stand on the beaches of great Yarmouth and Lowestoft, look out to sea and find nothing but a forest of wind turbines turning in the onshore breezes. Planning permission is pending for the country’s largest wind farm. Another welcome sight for the local residents will be fifteen hundred plus jobs in the construction and the nearly 20

Big Plans Afoot in Manchester and Bristol

02/28/2013

George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer will be donning his yellow hard hat and high visibility vest for a photocall soon if planning permission is given to two new major construction projects, one in Manchester and the other in Bristol. Manchester Airports group, or MAG, are looking to build a ‘Mars bar’ mini city. Everybody coming to Manchester airport will be able to ‘work

Political Point Scoring or Genuine Savings? The Devil is in the Detail

02/27/2013

The coalition government is painting a picture of itself as George, the slayer of the dragon that is ‘red tape’. The planning system and existing building regulations, is portrayed as the head of the dragon. They are proposing various measures to cut it off.  Unfortunately, it is a stereotype based on some false assumptions, that building regulations especially, are simply ‘

UK firms are ‘Doing the Right Thing’

02/23/2013

A new business survey carried out by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the Chartered Institute of Building and the Association for Consultancy and Engineering in the UK, puts UK firms in the number two spot (out of 62) for having ecologically driven investment projects planned for the next 3 years. Singapore globally, had the number 1 spot with 69% of companies planning ecologically d

New Nuclear Plant Out of the Starting Blocks

02/20/2013

The energy company EDF Energy, just last week published its detailed plans to construct another nuclear power generating facility in Suffolk. The huge tome outlines the step by step process it will go through in spending many billions of pounds in building the Sizewell C plant. This publication is the starting gun for a long period of consultation with communities in the county. Local residents a

High Priced London Properties Attract Asian Buyers

01/10/2013

The amount of property transactions in London has hit its highest levels since the financial crisis first began in 2008. The amounts of properties being sold in the area are thanks to Asian governments that are scouting the region in search of long term investment properties. At the rate that properties are selling in London, it is only a matter of time, until the financial crisis becomes a discus

UK Property Sales And Lending Will See Modest Increases In 2013

01/04/2013

The FLS, an acronym which means the Funding for lending scheme is going to be a key factor that will influence short term mortgage marketing developments in 2013. According to the Council of Mortgage Lenders it is important that buyers and sellers are aware of the influence that this scheme can have on sales. It is expected that there is going to be a small improvement in the amounts of loans tha

The Housing Gap and the North South Divide Just Go On and On

01/02/2013

The online estate portal Rightmove are reporting a record slump in monthly house price movements. It is normal in the seasonal cycle to see a slowdown in house price movement in the Christmas month, but this year is exceptional. There has been recorded a 3.3% drop in the average prices being asked for by sellers and agents. This is the biggest single 1 month fall in a decade. The Rightmove ‘

National Planning Policy Framework; Too Little Too Late?

12/31/2012

Local planning departments all over the country have consented to the building of many more houses in the last 3 months of the summer. Much of this is down to amended government policy. However, but the number of permits has still not been large enough to make any difference in the housing needs of the nation.   This is the gloomy conclusion of the Home Builders Federation’s, or H

The SME ‘Vibrant’ Nuclear Action Plan

12/20/2012

Smaller and middle sized building and engineering contractor firms are to get government aid to help capture a piece of the nuclear power plant construction pie under a new scheme from the coalition. The ‘nuclear supply chain action plan’ describes no less than 30 ideas aimed at ensuring that British firms are skilled and equipped enough to help build the latest nuclear power station f

London Construction Levels on a Low Plateau Says The Latest ‘Crane’ Survey

12/18/2012

The most recent review of construction activity in the Capital, the ‘crane survey’ by Drivers Jonas Deloitte, shows a rising number of encouraging commercial developments starting but still a very slow rate of completions. The second half of this year, saw twenty five new projects kicking off. This makes a total of fifty nine when added to the first half total from the same survey 6 mo

Building Regulations Under Review, But Why?

12/13/2012

The Building Regulations and voluntary housing standards are currently under review and the review panel will be publishing a report in the second quarter of next year. Construction materials and ideas are changing all the time, as is the need for greener cheaper housing. So a review of these complex regulations is a good thing in and of itself. If it can recommend cheaper, faster and better ways

It’s All Taking Too much Time

12/11/2012

The overall level of building activity in the UK decreased by more than 13% in September. This is a huge drop compared to last year. Last year the country was said to be in recession, but now we are not. Both of these facts come from the Office for National Statistics. Construction projects were down in both major sectors, when major infrastructure projects are excluded; the public and the private

Minister Steps in to Overturn Harlow Planning Decision

12/03/2012

The Communities Secretary, Eric Pickles has stepped into a disagreement between a local authority and a consortium of developers. He has decided to allow a big housing led development over the objections of local residents. His decision overrides Harlow council’s rejection of the project. In the ‘red corner’ local residents of Old Harlow in Essex did not want 1100 homes built on

The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) Now Know 'Special measures' When They See Them

11/30/2012

Planning Minister, Nick Boles, knows an underperforming authority when he sees one. Or at least when he sees their output figures for last year. He told his fellow MPs that there are probably no more than 20 planning authorities that will get the thumbs down and placed in the new naughty corner of “special measures”. He believes the number of ‘dunces’ will be low, saying, &

The Green Shoots of Recovery

11/22/2012

Has the UK construction industry turned the corner from decline into recovery? There are some signs of a turnaround. The Purchasing Managers' Index of construction went up from 49.5 in September to 50.9 in October. This was almost entirely because of civil engineering activity while residential and commercial activity continued its decline. Building around the UK goes unfunded because of PFI (priv

Is The Construction Sector Bottoming Out?

11/20/2012

Things are not looking good for the building sector of the UK economy next year. The big question is just when will all those coalition initiatives to lift infrastructure spending out of the doldrums, kick in? Stocks in construction companies are still good buys for investors because of their dividends and yields are well covered. The Warren Buffets of the investment world are saying that the trad

Planners say OK! Totnes Locals Say Nay!

11/19/2012

The war on drab ‘samey’ high streets and town centres is going on all over the UK. One small battle was won by the locals in Totnes when they protested hard enough for the multinational coffee chain, ‘Costa Coffee’ not to take up their planning permission for a high street coffee shop. Costa applied for and got permission to install a seventy seat outlet in the idyllic mark

Widnes Biogas Plant Gets Planning Permission.

11/14/2012

PDM are one of the UK’s foremost companies in food waste recycling. Granox, a subsidiary of the company has recently got the go ahead for construction of a 4.2 megawatt ‘biogas’ recycling plant. This latest ‘green’ project will cost a staggering £20 million and go up on a site near Widnes in Cheshire. The site for the plant is over a hectare of land and the faci

Ideas to Free up The Construction Pipeline

11/12/2012

The coalition’s relaxation of planning regulations makes it quicker and cheaper for community supported developments to get the go ahead. However, the changes do little to break down one of the biggest barriers to construction. This barrier is put up by construction companies themselves. Political and industry insiders are very aware of this, and one particular ministerial aide with a finger

Infrastructure Planning in Victoria and Gatwick

10/29/2012

The prime minister is talking up the latest £350 million building project in the centre of the capital. Mr. Cameron is lauding the project as the vanguard of a coming wave of construction released by the government’s war on planning red tape. The Prime Minister went on to claim that the two eye-catching buildings in Victoria would generate 2,500 long term jobs and give the economy a mu

Is It Worth It?

10/26/2012

Is the coalition government’s easing of the planning regulations around home extensions in the UK really worth it? It is certainly causing a great deal of hot debate between ministers and town planners, represented by the LGA. And now the government is floating the idea of extending the time scale allowed for the deregulation. Will we ever know if the lack of required planning permission for

A Typical Tale of Two Towns

10/15/2012

Without a seance it is hard to know what Lord Palmerston, the very late Victorian prime minister, would think of the proposed new Tesco superstore on the outskirts of Romsey. Given the late Lord’s inability to communicate, opponents of the store have covered his statue in posters proclaiming ‘NO TO TESCO’. Thereby making him a silent conscript in the ‘say no to Broadlands&r

Building a Better Image for Britain

10/12/2012

The construction industry is going into the brand-building business with anybody who will listen. It is lobbying the great and the good of the land and pushing 8 ‘mom and apple pie’ messages toward the coalition government in the hope of winning favour. Message # 1 is that the construction industry is vital to the UK economy. And that ailing beast is in sore need of a ‘pick me up

HBF Calls for More Government Action on Planning

10/11/2012

Planning applications for new house buildings, that are granted, are a measure of economic activity. It is bad news that these are in a slump, within a slump. Fewer applications were granted for new builds between April and June this year. The fewest since ‘09, in fact and more than 50% down on those granted in the same quarter ‘07 before the credit crunch. The actual numbers are from

After All is said and done!

10/09/2012

The coalition government is implementing all kinds of ideas in increasingly desperate efforts to get the UK economy going again. Not least among these efforts are relaxations of the planning regulations that are gradually being leaked out in a very piecemeal way. Here are the headline changes so far. It has been compulsory for builders and planners to include a high proportion of ‘affordabl

Zero Carbon Hub and the Green Deal

09/27/2012

The Zero Carbon Hub and the Green Deal may sound like the film title of a Hollywood ‘buddy’ movie but in truth, they are the vanguard of two coalition government flagship policies that impact greatly on the building regulations in England and all planning and construction decisions. Coming out of the Climate Change Act of ‘08, the governments of the UK committed to legally bindin

Planning for Heathrow and Aviation Still on Hold

09/22/2012

The spin doctors at No. 10 are putting out yet more hints that the coalition prime minister is considering a conservative policy ‘U’ turn, of another runway down Heathrow Airport way. A press release from David Cameron’s office on Wednesday hints at the UK’s only hub airport being high on the agenda in discussions with senior ministers from all three other parts of the unio

Return of the London Housing Bubble Led by Apartments

09/19/2012

First signs for the London housing market are that this year is going to be a good one. This is led mainly by the spurt in construction of apartments according London building officials. An official with responsibility for building permits reports that 1,530 units have been given the go ahead up to the end of August. This is almost twice as many as in the same 8 month period last year. 450 of the

Building for Britain?

09/17/2012

The coalition Government is calling to arms all professional builders and ‘DIYers’. They want to stimulate the turgid UK economy with a relaxation of the planning rules. Planning departments across the land are lifting completely, some requirements to include proportions of social housing in developments. There is also an extension of a program to aid first-time home buyers and new gov

Government to Relax Planning Laws

09/09/2012

  A Statement From Our Director 09 September 2012 The recent statements by Prime Minister David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Eric Pickles all open with the phrase  "The Government is putting forward measures" which indicates that these new measures are not in place yet. It is proposed that homeowners would be permitted to build a 6m or 8m rear extension, no more than 50% of their Garden

Angolan Consulate - Covent Garden

09/05/2012

Angolan Consulate - Covent Garden  D&P Secure Planning Permission - WC2E 12/01539/FULL - Granted 21st Aug 2012 The General Consulate of the Republic of Angola in the UK and N. Ireland has been granted Retrospective Planning approval to regularise the redevelopment of 14 Henrietta Street in Covent Garden as its Consulate building.   The Angolan Consulate commissi

Increase in Planning Fees

08/07/2012

Increase in Planning FeesThe Government have announced a proposed 15% increase to all planning fees in the autumn (anticipated 1st October 2012), this is subject to ratification by ministers before the summer recess. A formal announcement is expected shortly.

Alarm as Local Authorities use Criminal Law to Penalise Landlords

08/02/2012

Alarm as Local Authorities use Criminal Law to Penalise Landlords Harrow and Brent pursue costs from Landlord who packed 28 flats into four houses 01 August 2012   Two London councils have used criminal proceedings to prosecute a landlord who breached planning laws by illegally converting four houses into 28 flats. Planning enforcement officers from the London boroughs of Harrow and Brent

Hammerson Planning New Shopping centres After Selling London Properties

08/02/2012

The FTSE 1000 property company, Hammerson, are pressing ahead with their plans to build new shopping centres in France, and the UK. This move was spurred on by their recent sales of their London properties for over 500 million GBP. Hammerson have confirmed that they have made a deal with the UK chain store John Lewis and plan to open up the first shopping Centre will commence in Leeds. The propert

PLANNING FEES TO GO UP 15 PER CENT

08/02/2012

PLANNING FEES TO GO UP 15 PER CENT The Coalition Government has introduced draft regulations which could see the cost of making a planning application increase by as much as 15 per cent. It goes without saying that this news will not be universally welcomed by those in the property industry, particularly when most local planning authorities are looking at shortly introducing a new Community Infr

“Crackers” Claimed in Planning Application Fee Increases

07/30/2012

The government in the United Kingdom has recently announced that it will be increasing the fees that local authorities charge for planning applications by 15 percent. A Grimsby chartered surveyor has called the timing of the announcement “crackers” and has said that this increase can only be justified if services related to these applications are improved. Currently, a fee of £3

Planning Application for 500 homes to be put on hold

07/22/2012

A developer of homes who had submitted a planning application for up 500 homes planned to bebuilt to the west of Southwater found out on Tuesday, July 17, that their application for these homeswas put on hold and will not be heard by the Horsham District Council until October 31. Accordingto a member of the anti-development campaign group, Keep Southwter Green, Ian Waites, the developer, Berkeley

The Yorkshire House Controlled by the iPad and iPhone

07/13/2012

Jane Gibson is coy when she admits that she feels like she is part of the future and lives some in the future as well. This is because of the technology and automation she has decided to integrate into her life. Well, more than integrate. In fact, she and her family have literally developed their lives to depend solely on the automation and technology availability that they have at their dis

TrustMark is Keeping Rogue Traders Out of Your Homes With Its New App

07/12/2012

The Property Care Association, otherwise called PCA is now behind the new TrustMark technology pilot that will be assisting consumers in knowing who to trust to do work in and around their home and who are the cowboy builders and rogue traders. The technology pilot is supported by the government and piloted by Vince Cable, Member of Parliament since 1997 and Britain’s Business Secretary. T

The Shard Inauguration

07/10/2012

Three years after initial construction began on The Shard; it has now officially opened!   A formal inauguration was held on July 5, 2012 hosted by Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani, Qatar’s Prime Minister. This ceremony had everything to be imagined from a full laser light show, including thirty lights illuminating the buildings of the London skyline to festivities and even a welco

Home Ownership Dream Virtually Gone

07/04/2012

If the majority of the young people beginning their adult lives today live them out as renters instead of becoming home owners, than in the long run the country will pay for it via claim housing benefits. The country will end up swallowing up more than its share of benefit claims from this same generation, which has now been nicknamed ‘Generation Rent’ through no fault of their own.The

Planning Reform Laws are Unfavorable

07/02/2012

Local community neighbourhood laws, developer laws and builders have all successfully gotten the Ministers to reform the planning laws regarding land all over the entire English countryside. The Hands Off Our Land Campaign (ran by The Daily Telegraph), environmentalists and their respected groups in the UK, as well as many other campaigning groups are campaigning to the Ministers to reconsider the

Success at Merton Council Committee Meeting

02/21/2012

Success at Merton Council 'Planning Applications Committee' Last Night Drawing and planning recently had an application accepted at the Planning Applications Comittee for the change of use of vacant office space to a new Studio School for 14-19 year olds from the local Mitcham, Morden and Merton areas.     The proposal is for a D1, government sponsored school that would take

February 2012 - Press Release

02/06/2012

  Drawing and Planning  Everything you need for a planning application under one roof Claire Adler   A successful planning application usually involves engaging the services of an architect, structural engineer and planner, who typically charge hefty hourly rates. Drawing and Planning are the only UK planning consultancy to unite all three services under one roof while main

January 2012 New Year Special Offer, Save over £1000!

01/03/2012

Convert a House (C3) to 2 Flats for only £1800 + VAT + Council fee of £335 per flat. (Usual price £2800+) This offer represents amazing value for money and the ideal way to maximise the income from your property. Now is the time to apply for planning permission.   This amazing offer ends 31st January 2012 so act now to get the planning permission you require.    

Good time to Submit before the Summer 2012!

12/05/2011

Commercial Time is Money submit your application ASAP. Why stand around waiting for your costs to stack up.    Residential Now is a good time to start on your application, if you are thinking about submitting in order to carry out your build in  the Summer 2012.   Here at Drawing and Planning we always suggest not starting a loft conversion in the winter as it is unpre

Cash Discount for finding Spelling Mistakes on this new website until 21/02/12

11/18/2011

Drawing and Planning launch new website and is offering £25 off our fee if you find mistakes on the website. In order to submit a spelling mistake please email a screen shot with mistake identified and send it to our Director gerald@drawingandplanning.com or call 0208 202 3665 to tell Gerald about the mistake you have found.   limited to four mistakes discount per application (£

GRANTED: Planning Permission Granted in Barnet

10/09/2011

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the improvements to a semi-detached family to include a single storey rear extension and a roof extension including a rear dormer window with Juliet Balcony to facilitate a loft conversion.   Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Barnet Council  

GRANTED: Hip to gable and rear dormer to facilitate a loft conversion.

10/08/2011

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for a hip to gable roof extension and rear dormer to facilitate a loft conversion in Barnet council. The Semi-detached property now benefits from increased living space while still maintaining its character on this popular tree-lined street.

EDF Given Go-Ahead For New Nuclear Development

09/08/2011

West Somerset District Council has approved site preparation work for the companies existing Hinckley Nuclear Site. If a license for the new station is accepted, it would be the first newly constructed British nuclear power station in 20 years. In related news, EDF have also been given consent to begin construction of a spent fuel storage facility in Suffolk, with the provision of funds for a l

New Town And Village Green Protection Laws Proposed

09/08/2011

The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs plan to reform the registration system for protected town and village greens. The proposal plans to ease the application process for eligible green sites, reducing the burden on local authorities and speeding up the entire process.

Planning 'Guarantee' To Speed The Decision Time For Larger Applications

09/08/2011

Planning Minister Greg Clark has proposed that planning permission applications shouldn't take any longer than 12 months to be determined, including appeals. Using quarterly reports, councils performances will be monitored to ensure that they meet the new guarantee. "The planning guarantee will help remove the uncertainty from the system for communities and ensure that every application, bi

Proposals Invited For Two Olympic Sites

09/08/2011

Interested parties have been requested to come forward with plans. The main site proposed by the Olympic Park Legacy Company proposes should be a public with a visitor centre, outdoor events, water features and play facilities. A second public space containing a visitor centre and a new playground is also recommended.

Proposed Independent Environmental Body For Northern Ireland

09/08/2011

The Northern Irish Department of the Environment is currently responsible for environmental regulation and protection. Plans for an independent body were initially put forward three years ago, and have recently been readdressed by environment minister Alex Attwood; calling on key interest groups to volunteer their opinions on the issue.

Regeneration Can Aid Communities Affected By Rioting

09/08/2011

Planners are set to come forward with plans to aid with regeneration required in response to four-nights of rioting throughout the UK. Stating that renewal efforts should be an opportunity for the communities that have suffered recently, Regeneration chief executive Jackie Sadek said "it’s not just about the built environment, it’s about the people in the communities, they are at the h

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Planning permission granted at : 48 Haycroft Gardens, London, NW10, 2014-12-18

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for demolition of existing garage to the front and gym block to the rear and erection of a 2 bedroom bungalow on land to the rear of 48 Haycroft Gardens, NW10, with associated access, provision for car and cycle parking, bin stores and landscaping. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Brent Council      Project : Demolition of existing garage to the front and gym block to the rear and erection of a 2 bedroom bungalow.   Location : 48 Haycroft Gardens, London, NW10   Council : Brent         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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Planning permission granted at : 37 Eglinton Hill, Plumstead, London, SE18 3NZ, 2014-12-11

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for demolition of existing garage and construction of a two storey side extension and eraction of a new garage. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Greenwich Council      Project : Formation of a brick boundary wall and demolition of existing garage (Retrospective) together with the construction of a two storey side extension and eraction of a new garage to incorporate a green roof.   Location : 37 Eglinton Hill, Plumstead, London, SE18 3NZ   Council : Greenwich         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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Planning permission granted at : 295 Cavendish Road, London, SW12 0PH, 2014-11-26

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for erection of a single storey side and rear extension to the ground floor flat. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lambeth Council      Project : Erection of a single storey side and rear extension to the ground floor flat.   Location : 295 Cavendish Road, London, SW12 0PH   Council : Lambeth         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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Issue of certificate of lawfulness at : 61 Holders Hill Avenue, London, NW4 1ES, 2014-11-25

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured issue of certificate of lawfulness at for extension of rear dormer. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Barnet Council      Project : Extension of rear dormer.   Location : 61 Holders Hill Avenue, London, NW4 1ES   Council : Barnet         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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Planning permission granted at : 107 Albert Road, N22, London, 2014-11-24

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for creation of infill single storey extension to the ground floor flat. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Haringey Council      Project : Creation of infill single storey extension to the ground floor flat.   Location : 107 Albert Road , London, N22   Council : Haringey         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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Planning permission granted at : 27 The Pavement, London, SW4 0JD, 2014-11-17

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for details pursuant to condition 3 (single glazed widows) of planning permission ref 14/03143/FUL (Replacement of existing white UPVC framed double glazed windows with metal framed single glazed windows to Flat 27) Granted on 05.09.2014. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lambeth Council      Project : Pursuant to condition 3 (single glazed widows) of planning permission ref 14/03143/FUL (Replacement of existing white UPVC framed double glazed windows with metal framed single glazed windows to Flat 27) Granted on 05.09.2014.   Location : 27 The Pavement, London, SW4 0JD   Council : Lambeth         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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The prior approval granted at : 20 Hubert Grove London SW9 9PB , 2014-11-11

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured prior approval for the erection of a single storey rear infill extension with dimensions of 5.8m (depth) and 2.9 metres (height of flat roof). Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lambeth Council      Project : Application for prior approval for the erection of a single storey rear infill extension with dimensions of 5.8m (depth) and 2.9 metres (height of flat roof).   Location : 20 Hubert Grove, London, SW9 9PB   Council : Lambeth         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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Planning permission granted at : 7 The Gardens, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 4HE, 2014-11-04

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the conversion of a residential care home to four flats. See below for the full project details. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Harrow Council    Project : Conversion of residential care home (Use class C2 ) to four flats ( Use class C3 ); Alterations to roof to form rear dormer; Two roof lights in front roof slope and one roof light in rear roof slope; Bin store, parking, landscaping and replacement side boundary fence; External alterations ( Demolition of outbuilding, boundary wall and access ramp ).   Location : 7 The Gardens, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 4HE   Council : Harrow         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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Planning permission granted at : 17 Broughton Avenue, London, N3 3ES, 2014-10-17

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the Single storey rear extension including 3No. rooflights and new steps to rear garden following demolition of existing garage. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Barnet Council      Project : Single storey rear extension including 3No. rooflights and new steps to rear garden following demolition of existing garage.   Location : 17 Broughton Avenue, London, N3 3ES   Council : Barnet         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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Approval of Noise Management Plan at : Princess Parade, 3 New Road, Dagenham, Essex, RM10 9LS, 2014-10-15

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured approval of details reserved by condition 2 (noise management plan) in respect of inspectorate decision letter dated 12 March 2014. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lambeth Council      Project : Application for approval of details reserved by condition 2 (noise management plan) in respect of inspectorate decision letter dated 12 March 2014.   Location : Princess Parade, 3 New Road, Dagenham, Essex, RM10 9LS   Council : Barking & Dagenham         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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Issue of certificate of lawfulness at : 61, Wolfington Road, London, SE27 0RH, 2014-10-13

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured Certificate of Lawful Development (Proposed) with respect to the erection of a ground floor single storey rear extension. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Lambeth Council      Project : Erection of a ground floor single storey rear extension.   Location : 61, Wolfington Road, London, SE27 0RH   Council : Lambeth         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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Planning permission granted at : 16A Bennett Park Blackheath SE3, 2014-10-08

Drawing and Planning have successfully secured planning permission for the construction of a new fourth floor level and associated alterations for the conversion of the ground and basement levels to create 4 self-contained flats.. Click Here to See Our Full Range of Planning Services  in Greenwich Council      Project : Construction of a new fourth floor level and associated alterations for the conversion of the ground and basement levels to create 4 self-contained flats.   Location : Bennett Lodge, 16A Bennett Park, Blackheath, SE3   Council : Greenwich         Need Planning Permission? Call us today on 0208 202 3665 to talk to one of expert consultant and learn how we can help you get Planning Permission.

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