28 July 2016 | Public Exhibitions
Hunter Page Planning held a public exhibition of the draft proposals for residential development at Land adjacent to Rogers Lane, East Garston, on 27th July 2016.
19 July 2016 | Ridge News
HPP is delighted to have obtained planning permission for the erection of an additional dwelling on a site situated within a Conservation Area, AONB and grounds of a listed building.
12 July 2016 | Ridge News
Planning permission has been granted for a replacement dwelling at Coombe Hill, Gloucester
11 July 2016 | Public Exhibitions
Hunter Page Planning held a public exhibition of the draft proposals for a sports hub at Wilcot Road, Pewsey, on 11th July 2016. If you would like to view the display boards presented at the exhibition and download a copy of the comment forms which were available please click on the links below. The comments received will play an important role in shaping the development proposals and the preparation of a formal planning application to be submitted to Wiltshire Council.
7 July 2016 | Public Exhibitions
These are the latest proposals for the development of Almsbury Farm, Winchcombe. The proposals comprise a scheme of assisted living units and a care home. Following the first consultation in September 2015 we have made changes to the scheme responding to various points raised in the consultation feedback and to a number of other design concerns.
4 July 2016 | Planning Applications
HPP have obtained planning permission for the conversion of two redundant barns to two residential properties. The barns are located within the Cotswold AONB and on the edge of the village of Rendcomb.
4 July 2016 | Ridge News
It is too early to fully understand the long term impacts of the EU referendum result upon the planning profession. In terms of planning law, most of the laws incorporating European law, in the main, relate to environmental matters. The UK will continue to be bound by them until the Government has officially exited the EU, i.e. 2 years after a notice is given by the UK government under Article 50.
4 July 2016 | Ridge News
Initial plans for a new 191 hectare settlement to the east of Thornbury were presented to town councillors at the end of last month. HPP have outlined a desire to involve residents as well as parish and town councils from the outset. The objective is to build a planned settlement, which is all inclusive, addressing matters of housing, employment and all other principle components that attribute to quality design. The new village would comprise 3,000 dwellings, employment, health, community and education facilities, transportation and communication infrastructure and retail provision.