Case Studies


Here are just a few examples of how we have worked with landowners over the past few years, achieving a number of notable planning successes, which will also give you a “feel” for the wide range and complexity of work we can, and often do, undertake.

Hopefully these few examples demonstrate the range of skills and depth of our experience when promoting both large and smaller planning applications together with our singular and determined approach in achieving valuable planning consent for our landowners, whilst also producing individual bespoke developments of lasting value.

 

Exeter


The promotion of a large greenfield site outside the village boundary, winning one of the first planning appeals in England for over 300 homes, based on lack of five year housing supply.

Bath


The allocation and approval of over 100 units in a sensitive location within this World Heritage City, within the grounds of a Grade I listed building and Conservation Area.

Chippenham


The promotion and subsequent allocation of over 1000 dwellings to the south of the town, details of which we are now progressing through the planning process.

Ashbury


Working closely with the Parish Council and local planning authority we obtained a planning consent on land outside the village boundary for eighteen homes designed in the Arts and Crafts style.

Urchfont


Again working closely with the Parish Council and local community, we secured planning consent for eighteen homes, in what is rightly regarded as the quintessential English village, which required an extremely sensitive and flexible approach to design and communication.

Sherborne


A development of forty-four homes, within Conservation Area and the grounds of Sherborne House, a Grade I listed building, requiring close liaison with English Heritage and Conservation Officers of the Council.

Pewsey


Working closely with the local community and Parish Council we achieved a detailed planning consent for 57 homes and the refurbishment of the Heritage Centre, which has been gifted to the local community for use as a museum.

Castlebar Hill


A simply unique scheme of just six mansion style homes modelled very much on the Victorian villas surrounding the development.

This challenging scheme with its intricate brickwork, atrium designed libraries and parkland setting is now a highly regarded devleopment within the Ealing Conservation Area and has matured very well.