Seven New Dwellings in Sherborne St John Conservation Area, Hampshire

Bell Cornwell have helped secure planning permission for seven residential dwellings in Sherborne St John Conservation Area.

We produced a Heritage Statement to accompany the application and represented the client, a local housebuilder, at the planning committee to overturn the Officer’s recommendation for refusal. The proposal was for seven residential dwellings, comprising a mixture of two, three and four-bed properties with associated landscaping and access arrangements. The site was a former allotment plot in the village; however, it had not been used for allotment purposes for many years.

The application had a mixture of consultee responses with strong support from the Parish Council and Local Councillor, but objections from the Landscape Officer, Tree Officer and Conservation Officer.

Bell Cornwell put forward a compelling case to the Committee to help overturn the recommendation for refusal; focusing on the strong local support of the proposal and the subjective nature of the recommended reasons for refusal.

For more information on this project please contact Senior Associate, Nick Cobbold.

Client
RJS Builders Ltd
Architects
Whiterok
Local Authority
Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council
Back to our success stories

Want to talk?

Contact us today

Contact us today

  • For more information about our privacy practices please view our privacy policy. By submitting this form you agree that we may process your information in accordance with these terms.
  • Do you want to contact a particular office, or is it a general enquiry?
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.