Arc secures permission for Agricultural to Residential

Arc planning has recently secured permission for the conversion of 3 former agricultural buildings to residential use (3dwellings) on Green Belt land in the Borough of Broxbourne.

Permission was secured via permitted development rights under Class Q of Part 3 of Schedule 2 of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015.

Arc planning were able to demonstrate that the conversion was not “Impractical or undesirable” and that all other conditions and limitations were able to be met.

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  • If you have issues relating to agricultural buildings or sites in the Green Belt, please contact Chris Bean for further advice and support.

Arc secures permission for change of use from residential to HMO

Arc planning were asked by prospective purchasers of a large property in the District of Uttlesford, Essex to assist in securing planning permission for a change of use from residential to an 8 bedroom HMO. Previous applications had been unsuccessful with numerous refusals for similar schemes. Through collating evidence of the nature of use and impacts on the wider area and engagement with Council officers, Arc were able to secure permission.

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  • If you have issues relating to changes of use or unsuccessful planning applications, please contact Chris Bean for further advice and support and an examination of any further options that might be available to you.

Arc help to secure permission for 2 houses in Radlett

Arc planning provided planning support and advice to secure permission for 2 large detached dwellings on land at Watford Road, Radlett. A number of potential obstacles were overcome, including TPO trees, design and layout and neighbour amenity. Despite being called in for decision at the Hertsmere Planning Committee, members granted permission.

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