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Call for More Engagement with the Public
As part of the Coalition Government’s proposed changes to the planning system and the move towards ‘Localism’, developers are expected to become increasingly involved in pre-application consultation with local communities.
When submitting planning applications, Local Planning Authorities will require applicants to show what steps they have taken to consult with neighbouring ..
New Pontoon For Christchurch Development
Tanner & Tilley working for their client Avon Wharf in Christchurch are pleased with an approval of a pontoon mooring facility at Avon Wharf, Christchurch. The pontoon will be a floating system held in place by four supports to be installed in the river bed. The facility will provide moorings for up to sixteen boats and will be for the use of residents of Avon Wharf.
The decision follows..
Roger Tilley in Top Three for Best Employer
Roger Tilley Managing Director at Tanner & Tilley Planning Consultants is delighted to have made the final three of the Langtry Manor Women in Business Awards. Roger has reached the top three in the only category in the awards that can be won by a man-The Coast FM sponsored category-Best Employer.
This category is unique as initially it is voted for by the women within an organisation and..
Raising The Roof in Christchurch
An appeal against a decision by Christchurch Planning Committee has been successful on a chalet bungalow extension in River Way Christchurch.
Tanner & Tilley, working for a private client, took on the appeal after an application that was recommended for approval by Council Officers was then refused by the Committee. The Committee stated that the mass and bulk of the roof alterations would..
Football’s Coming Home
9-0 that’s the resounding result of the Committee Hearing yesterday that saw Poole Town Football Club finally find a permanent home.
Tanner & Tilley Town Planners working for their client saw the application taken before the Planning Committee where the above storming verdict was reached. John Montgomery Director commented “we and our client are truly delighted with this resul..
Care Show in Town
Tanner & Tilley Town Planning and Development Consultants exhibited jointly with Brennan Williams Lester Architects at this years Care Show held at the Bournemouth International Centre, which was well attended by Care Home Operators and Suppliers.
Visitors to the Tanner & Tilley/Brennan Williams Lester stand had the opportunity to enter a fee prize draw for a Magnum which was won by a..
Planning Permission needed for Demolition
On 25th March 2011, the Court of Appeal have ruled that the exemption of the need for planning permission for demolition is unlawful and contrary to the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive.
The Court ruling has arisen in allowing ‘Save Britain’s Heritage’s’ judicial review against the proposed demolition of the former Mitchell’s Brewery site in Lancaster.
New Co-Op For Southbourne
Civic Chiefs approved plans for a new Co-Op in Belle Vue Road Southbourne, despite protests from local residents and business owners.
The Planning Board heard that there had been seven letters of objection and a petition containing 336 signatures against turning the former Beds R Uzz store into a convenience store.
The site is on local bus routes and will provide a neighbourhood store fo..
New Homes For Christchurch
A Housing Scheme for one detached two bed dwelling and three pairs of semi detached two bed dwellings at Elizabeth Avenue in Christchurch has been approved by Christchurch Borough Council’s Planning Committee. The scheme received more than 12 objections but was then approved by the Planning Committee.
The Committee appreciated that the surrounding properties were all two storeys and th..
Sun is Shining for Solar Power
Tanner & Tilley are delighted to be involved in submitting several applications for a brand new Solar Farm adjacent to a current wind farm which is due to be officially opened this week, this new Wind Farm replaces the UK’s first wind farm which has been open some 25 years.
Our client Low Carbon Solar Partners are lobbying Chris Huhne the Lib Dem Energy & Climate Change Secretar..