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National Planning Policy Framework
This week sees the publication by the government of the draft National Planning Policy Framework; arguably the most important and far-reaching planning document in the last twenty five years. It is intended to replace all previous Planning Policy Guidance and Statements and subsume them into one clear and concise document. Building on the government’s Planning for Growth agenda, the Framewor..
Roger Tilley Announces Retirement
Roger Tilley, Chartered Town Planner and MD of Tanner & Tilley Town Planning Consultants has announced that he is to retire from “active” practice. Roger will however continue as a Consultant and remains a Director at Bournemouth based Town Planning Consultants Tanner & Tilley.
Roger joined West Sussex County Planning Department in 1962 as a Trainee Planner and became a Ch..
Hush Making a Big Noise On Approval Of Four Harbour View Houses
Local property company Hush Developments Ltd are today celebrating their success in securing planning permission for four luxury houses at Evening Hill which, when built, will command panoramic views over Poole Harbour.
Set on the sylvan slopes of Evening Hill, David James Architects have designed these spectacular four bedroom contemporary split level houses that take full advantage of their..
4 Luxury New Dwellings Allowed at Appeal
Town Planning Consultants Tanner & Tilley working for their private client have had a successful appeal decision on 63 Haven Road Poole to provide outline planning permission for 4 luxury houses.
Poole Borough Council had asked for a contribution for open space and transportation but Tanner & Tilley argued on behalf of their client that the Council had failed to justify its request be..
New Dwelling in Christchurch Infill Site
Tanner & Tilley Town Planning Consultants working for their client are delighted to have secured an approval for a 2 bedroom bungalow on a severed plot in Sandown Road Christchurch.
Working for a private client this approval shows that infill development is still happening on previously developed land and is not always seen as “Garden Grabbing”
The client after hearing n..
Beech Farm Appeal Allowed
Tanner & Tilley are delighted with an appeal decision to extend Beech Farm Cottage in Hordle. Before Tanner & Tilley were involved the scheme had been refused twice with New Forest District Council, primarily on grounds of design.
An appeal inspector found however that the design of the scheme that was appealed was in keeping with the area and would not detract from the character of t..
More Children for Emma’s Day Nursery
Emma’s Day Nursery has been granted a variation of condition planning permission to increase the number of children from 18 to 25. This is a temporary permission for one year which will be reapplied for at the end of the period.
Emma’s Day Nursery aims to provide an individually tailored pre-school learning experience for children aged between two and five. The nursery is in the s..
Developers Turn Out for “Localism” Seminar
Local Town Planning experts Tanner & Tilley and Frettens Solicitors held a joint seminar at the Kings Hotel Christchurch on 23rd June which was attended by around 100 Architects and Local developers.
The seminar aimed to examine the latest position on the Government’s proposals to introduce ‘localism’ into planning decision making. The idea of the seminar was to see how ..
Another Accolade for Tanner & Tilley
Bournemouth based Town Planners Tanner & Tilley are delighted to have been finalists in the category of Property Consultant of the year at the National Health Investor Awards held at the Grosvenor Hotel in London this month. They were up against national and international competition against the likes of King Sturge, Knight Frank, and Jones Long La Salle with the award finally going to Cyril S..
Council Urges Developers Engagement on Affordable Housing
Bournemouth Council has recently urged Developers and those affected to have their say on the Affordable Housing Contributions.
The Council’s Affordable Housing Supplementary Planning Document has been prepared and is now the subject of a period of public consultation. The purpose of the Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) is to provide greater detail on Policy AH1 in the Council&rsqu..