Planning permission has been granted by Wycombe District Council following detailed negotiations to replace a fire damaged bungalow with a chalet bungalow in the Green Belt and Chiltern Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Carter Planning Limited were pleased to assist the Green Room School with two planning permissions for school premises in Berkshire and Hampshire.
The Green Room Schools are Independent Schools, providing an alternative for young people who can no longer access mainstream education. Using a combination of therapeutic, academic, creative and physical education they aim to significantly change the lives of their pupils and their families, to start a path to a better life. The Green Room caters for school refusers, pupils with statements/EHCP plan and pupils in fear of exclusion.
Planning permission has been obtained from Guildford Borough Council following constructive pre-application discussions for five detached houses on a sloping back garden area to the rear of an existing house. Architects: Robert Davies John West
Carter Planning has assisted Brookwood Cemetery with proposals to remediate and landscape an area of land covering almost 2 hectares in the Surrey Green Belt to provide more plots for future burials.
Brookwood Cemetery first opened in 1854 and was at one time the largest cemetery in the world. Today, it continues to be the largest cemetery in Western Europe and since its opening, approximately 250,000 people have been laid to rest within the beautiful grounds. The cemetery is listed a Grade I site in the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.
Brookwood Cemetery was conceived by the London Necropolis Company in 1849 to house London’s deceased, at a time when the capital was finding it difficult to accommodate its increasing population of living and dead.
Brookwood was originally accessible by rail from a special station, the London Necropolis Railway Station, next to Waterloo Station in Central London.
The Cemetery also contains the Brookwood Military Cemetery which covers 15 hectares and includes the largest Commonwealth war cemetery in the United Kingdom and the Brookwood American Cemetery and Memorial.
A new dental surgery and six flats have been allowed on appeal in Windsor.
The Appeal Inspector accepted our submissions that a new dental surgery was worthy of support and that the residential element was designed to be in keeping with the locality without affecting the street scene or neighbouring properties. (Architects : Danks Badnell)
An application to convert and extend an existing building to create a separate dwelling has been approved. The building, which is within a residential curtilage, is in the Buckinghamshire Green Belt. The scheme was designed with the assistance of Edgington Spink and Hyne.
Planning permission has been negotiated for two detached houses in Sunbury-on-Thames. The development replaced a small commercial building on the north bank of the River Thames. On the basis of its objectively assessed housing need the Council accepted that it was unable to demonstrate a five-year supply of deliverable housing sites. The scheme met the requirements of the new NPPF being sustainable, well designed and fitting in with the local character.
Carter Planning are pleased to have assisted Bruce’s Doggy Day Care in the expansion of their facility at Cobham. Established for over 10 years, Bruce’s are the recognised leaders of dog day care in the UK. Founder, Bruce Casalis, sits on the board of directors for the Pet Industry Federation and has acted as an advisor for the likes of DEFRA, Dogs Trust and RSPCA.
cared for during the day and spend their days socialising with friends in acres
of farmland. Bruce’s have numerous engagement activities and a team of staff
with years of experience.