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Bournemouth based town planning and development consultants Tanner & Tilley have welcomed the Government’s launch of a new housing strategy aimed at reigniting the housing market and getting the nation building again. However, they question whether Local Authorities in South East Dorset have the political will to embrace the new strategy.
Launched on 21st November by the Prime Mini..
Local property specialists, Tanner & Tilley Town Planning Consultants, Bournecoast Property Agents and Matthew & Matthew Solicitors held a seminar at the Green House Hotel Grove Road last Thursday which was well attended by around 100 property and hotel professionals with the subject being hotel redevelopment.
The seminar focussed on the merits and pitfalls of selling off hotels for d..
Planning Clinic Launch Announced
Tanner and Tilley town planning and development consultants, winners of ‘Best Performing Planning Consultancy 2010’ (UK Over 50’s Housing Awards 2010) are holding regular free planning and development advice clinics. These clinics are to be held on the first Thursday of every month and the first Saturday of every month at our offices in Bournemouth. They will be by appointment an..
Joint Seminar Announced on Redeveloping Hotel Sites
Local property specialists, Tanner & Tilley Town Planning Consultants, Bournecoast Property Agents and Matthew & Matthew Solicitors are delighted to extend an invitation to all local property professionals and hoteliers with potential development sites.
They are hosting a joint seminar on Thursday 1st December at the Green House Hotel to discuss the merits and pitfalls of selling off..
Care Home Approval in the Green Belt
Tanner & Tilley Town Planning Consultants are delighted to have achieved an excellent approval and full planning permission granted for a 64 bedroom replacement care home with access and parking provision at Howard Lodge, Howard Lodge Road, Brentwood in Essex.
The planning application was recommended for refusal by the planning officer due to the location of the site in the metropolitan G..
Carry On Camping-Headley Park Another Victory
The Lithuanian Association of Great Britain, established in 1947, has once again been successful in heading off the establishment of a public bridleway across their land at Headley Park in Hampshire. In December 2009 an Inspector appointed on behalf of the Environment Secretary of State for Food and Rural Affairs rejected the claim made by Mrs. Maureen Comber on behalf of the Three Counties Bridle..
Staff Allowed To Live And Work
Chinese Good News- Tanner & Tilley Town Planning Consultants working for their client Wong’s Enterprises Ltd, The Palm Court Hotel have won an appeal against a refusal of planning permission for staff accommodation on the first floor of the hotel and had an enforcement notice successfully quashed.
The Hotel itself which has been granted planning permission for holiday flats on the s..
Children Allowed To Play
A local children’s Day Nursery has heard that its appeal against Bournemouth Planners’ refusal to allow it to continue to use part of its outdoor play area has been allowed.
Redhill Day Nursery in East Howe Lane provides pre-school activity for young children and the outdoor areas include a ‘bug’ garden, vegetable patch and story-time spot as well as traditional play a..
Planners Open The Way For Development of Important Seafront Site
Portsmouth City Planners have given new hope to development re-commencing at the prominent Southsea seafront site of the former Savoy Buildings.
In 2007 an appeal was allowed granting planning permission for the demolition of the existing buildings on the site and the erection of a 6 storey block of 92 apartments with 415m2 of ground floor shops, cafe and restaurant uses. A requirement of tha..