All posts by: Lynda Mernick

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2nd July 2019

Lawful Development Certificate for an Existing Use, Canterbury

JTS has secured a lawful development certificate for an existing use in Canterbury. The dwelling had been subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition restricting its residency to agricultural workers only. JTS successfully demonstrated there had been a breach of condition for over 10 years and the continued occupation of the dwelling for non-agricultural purposes was […]

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1st July 2019

Mobility and Care Products Showroom, Sompting

JTS has successfully negotiated planning permission for the redevelopment of a former car showroom as a mobility and care products showroom, with photovoltaic panels on the roof. Officers considered the proposal would enhance the locality and improve the street scene.  

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14th June 2019

Extension to Convent with Care in Humberside

JTS obtained planning permission to demolish a three storey 1930’s Care Home in Hull and replace it with an extension to the adjacent Convent. We were subsequently appointed to project manage the demolition works; oversee the detailed designs; obtain building control approval; specify and tender the scheme; appoint a Principal Contractor; and administer the works. […]

Building Surveying
23rd January 2019

Planning permission for change of use from financial and professional services (Class A2) to mobility and care products showroom in Preston

JTS has successfully secured planning permission for change of use from financial and professional services (Class A2) to mobility and care products showroom (sui-generis). The application site had historically been a car sales showroom with garage but had more recently been occupied for A2 purposes (Financial Services). The Council considered that the proposal is in […]

Planning
27th November 2018

JTS Bake-off Competition

JTS held a Bake-off competition on the 26th November 2018. All kind donations received from the sale of the cakes have been passed to St Francis Hospice, Havering-atte-Bower, Romford.

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31st October 2018

Planning permission granted for change of use from place of worship to mobility and care products showroom in Maidstone

JTS has successfully secured planning permission for change of use from place of worship (D1 Use Class) to mobility and care products showroom with ancillary storage (sui-generis).  The application site had a history of A1 and car sales showroom use.  The Council considered that whilst the proposals would result in the loss of a community […]

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