Latest News from Atlas Planning Group

Planning Permission for Two New Homes Granted in Wiltshire

on Thursday, 14 June 2018. Posted in Company News

Planning Permission for Two New Homes Granted in Wiltshire

This week we have gained planning permission for the demolition of a low quality bungalow and the erection of two 1.5 storey dwellings on a site in Woodfalls, Salisbury – a lovely site with views into the New Forest National Park!

Do I need Planning Permission to use a paddock or field as part of my garden?

on Wednesday, 30 May 2018. Posted in Industry News, Company News

Do I need Planning Permission to use a paddock or field as part of my garden?

The use of a field, paddock or other agricultural land for domestic purposes (such as additional garden land for your home) requires planning permission as it constitutes a material change of use, as set out in section 55 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. If you change the use of land without planning permission, you are likely to face Enforcement Action from your local Council.

 

Retrospective Planning Application Granted in Test Valley

on Wednesday, 16 May 2018. Posted in Company News

Retrospective Planning Application Granted in Test Valley

At Atlas Planning Group the small jobs are just as important to us as the big ones and they get just as much attention from the team!

The client here approached us having built this large garage to house a motorhome in his garden without planning permission. Facing enforcement action, he needed us to quickly get a retrospective planning application for the building into the Council.

How to Appeal a Planning Decision?

on Monday, 14 May 2018. Posted in Industry News

How to Appeal a Planning Decision?

If your planning application is refused, or approved with conditions that you are not happy with, you can appeal to the Planning Inspectorate for a final decision. You can also appeal against ‘non-determination’ if the statutory 8 week (or 13 week for major applications) deadline has passed and a decision still hasn’t been made. The Planning Inspectorate makes the decision on your appeal and is completely independent of your Local Planning Authority.

Appeal Allowed in Bridgwater

on Monday, 14 May 2018. Posted in Company News

Appeal Allowed in Bridgwater
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