LISTED BUILDING CONSENT
THE COMMODORE HOTEL
34 Queen Elizabeth Avenue
Listed Building Consent Application submitted for new outdoor seating area at the Commodore Hotel and Spa in Llandrindod Wells.
En-Plan: Planing & Architecture formulated a full Listed Building Consent application that was subsequently submitted to Powys County Council Planning Department accompanied by a Heritage Statement. The application has now received approval and the development is now completed. The development was initially bought about by the Covid Pandemic as a new outside seating area was required to allow the business to function with the new social distancing measures in place.
As you can see form the pictures above the development has been completed and has been instrumental in assisting the business keep going through the Covid Pandemic and will assist it when the lockdow restrictions are finally lifted in the summer of 2021.
If you would like to find out more about how our Planning Consultancy and Architectural Design Services can work in perfect sync to achieve a successful outcome in the planning system please CONTACT US and we will be only too happy to talk through any questions or development proposals you may have.
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