Planning and listed building consent granted to refurbish historic warehouse, which was converted into a public house in the 1990’s, on Sutton Harbour, Plymouth. The building was originally constructed around 1650 and has been used for a variety of purposes, including as a military prison. In the mid 1700’s, it became the first porcelain factory […]
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JTS was instructed to advise a national charity on the disposal of a site declared surplus to requirements in the North Leeds area. Having led negotiations with both the local planning authority and prospective purchasers, the site has been purchased by a RSL for just under £2m.
Planning permission obtained to extend two penthouse flats being constructed on the roof of an award winning locally Listed block of flats in West London.
Planning permission and listed building consent granted to convert Grade II* listed church in Essex into a concert and rehearsal venue. JTS led discussions with Historic England and local conservation officers and prepared both detailed design drawings and a full Heritage Assessment.