Approved black and white plans and elevations
Approved black and white plans and elevations

These are the approved planning application drawings for the new first floor on the approved garage.

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Watercolour and pen render of the approved garage.
Watercolour and pen render of the approved garage.

En-Plan take pride in the quality of presentation work we submit with our planning applications with this ink and watercolour render being no exception.

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Black and white Visualisation of the approved Garage.
Black and white Visualisation of the approved Garage.

Produced using Kerkythea and Photoshop this black and white visualisation of the approved garage in Wymondham, Norfolk.

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Approved black and white plans and elevations
Approved black and white plans and elevations

These are the approved planning application drawings for the new first floor on the approved garage.

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Missenden

Back Lane

Bomere Heath

Shropshire

SY4 3PH

Norfolk Office

34 Queen Elizabeth Avenue

Kings Lynn

Norfolk

PE30 4BX

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REGISTERED ADDRESS: MISSENDEN, BACK LANE, BOMERE HEATH, SHREWSBURY, SHROPSHIRE, SY4 3PH.

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INCORPORATED ON 1st NOVEMBER 2004

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Bucks Lane Barn, Wymondham, Norfolk.

 

Variation of Planning Condition Application to allow for new first floor on the approved garage.

Following the original planning approval for the barn conversion and detached garage at Bucks Lane Barn EN-PLAN were able to secure planning approval to alter the original planning conditions to allow for a material alteration to the design of the garage and allow for an increase in ridge height and lowering of the eaves height that produce a design that compliments the main unit and allows for the addition of a of a first floor at a later date, as and when required.

Variation of Condition 2 of 2014/1908 - Changes to roof pitch, window layout and garage design

Bucks Lane Barn Buck's Lane Wicklewood NR18 9BL

Ref. No: 2018/0745 | Received: Mon 02 Apr 2018 | Valid

ated: Fri 06 Apr 2018 | Status: Decided

Further Information on the Variation of Planning Conditions.

Planning conditions are often applied to the grant of planning permission.  These limit and control the way in which the planning permission may be implemented.  Conditions may be imposed on the grant of planning permission for regulating development or use of any land under the control of the applicant, requiring the

carrying out of works on any such land, the removal of any buildings or works authorised by the permission, or the discontinuance of any use of land so authorised, at the end of a specified period, and the carrying out of any works required for the reinstatement of land at the end of that period.

 

Section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 allows applications to be made for permission to develop without complying with a condition(s) previously imposed on a planning permission. The local planning authority can grant such permission unconditionally or subject to different conditions, or they can refuse the application if they decide that the original condition(s) should continue.

The granting of listed building consent can be subject to conditions to safeguard the treatment of the building or to require works to be carried out in a certain way. Nevertheless, occasionally it may become clear that a condition is no longer appropriate (e.g. because genuine structural problems arise, or better solutions for the treatment of the building are devised, or other features of interest are revealed once work has started).

Section 19 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 therefore enables an application to be made by persons with an interest in the building which simpl seeks a change in the conditions without re-opening the entire question of whether consent should have been granted. In dealing with such an application it is also open to the authority (or the Secretary of State) to add consequential new conditions to the consent. It is often helpful to discuss your proposal before you send in your application and to seek pre-application advice from your local planning authority.


Your application must be submitted on the National Planning Application Forms (1APP). You can submit the forms by post or online via the Planning Portal. For more information please refer to Information and Resources.


Planning fees are set by the Government. Please refer to the Schedules of Planning Fees for the correct fee by clicking here

If you would like to discuss varying an existing permission and see how we can help you please do not hesitate to contact us for a free no obligation consultation.
 

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