LISTED BUILDING CONSENT
34 Queen Elizabeth Avenue
"The Organic Shop", Stow-on-the-Wold.
Listed Building Consent - Installation of new shop sign on existing wall brackets to shop frontage, replace 'Dutch blind' above no.1 shop window and install new matching 'Dutch blind' awning above adjacent shop front window.
Following an initial discussion with a Local Agent En-Plan: Planning & Architecture provided the architectural plans needed to gain Listed Building Consent in this sensitive location in the heart of the historic town of Stow--on-the-Wold. With sensitive locations such as this it is En-Plan's view that the more colour and texture you can add to plans to bring them to life and show the proposal in it's best light will only improve the chances of achieving success in the Planning system.
If you would like to read more about Listed Building Consent please click on the link or if you would like to discuss a development proposal involving a heritage asset please do not hesitate to contact us for a free no obligation consultation.
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New side extension and porch approved in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent.
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New "Architectural Visulaisation" page added to website.
En-Plan: Planning & Architecture have always provided architectural visualisation as part of our planning applications and we have completed a set of visulaisations for a new residential development in East Harling , Norfolk. The developer can then show the true value of the development prior to completion.
Bungalow re-model approved in Wymondham, Norfolk.
En-Plan: Planning & Architetcure have secured planning permission for a complete bungalow re-model in Wymondham where a completely new firt floor will be added with two addtion al bedrooms and a single storey rear extension with a vaulted ceiling to the rear. Work on the build is set to start in the summer of 2019.