All posts by: Lynda Mernick

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31st October 2018

Planning permission granted subject to a S106 Agreement on a regeneration site in Sittingbourne

JTS has been successful in securing a resolution to grant permission, subject to a S106 Agreement, on a regeneration site in the heart of Sittingbourne.  The application is for a mixed use development comprising 165 residential apartments, spanning 3 separate blocks all with private balconies; a medical centre and pharmacy; the refurbishment and extension of […]

31st October 2018

Planning permission and listed building consent to change use of vacant drinking establishment to estate agent’s office

JTS has negotiated planning permission and listed building consent to change the use made of a vacant drinking establishment to an estate agent’s office in Whitstable. The Local Planning Authority agreed that the proposed use would complement the shopping function of the area without threatening its viability and that it would not result in an […]

19th September 2018

Planning permission granted for gateway site in Brentwood

Following nine months of detailed pre-application discussions with planning and urban design officers, and the submission of an application for full planning permission, the Members of Brentwood Borough Council unanimously decided, at a meeting on Tuesday 4th September, to grant planning permission for a mixed use scheme comprising ground floor commercial units with 19 flats […]

10th September 2018

Outline permission secured for 47 houses on greenfield site

On the 26th June the Planning Committee of Tendring District Council resolved to grant outline consent for 47 dwellings on their greenfield site on the edge of Dovercourt. JTS co-ordinated the Pre-Application, and application process, and led a team which included architect, drainage engineer, highways consultant, arboriculturalist and archaeologist. The decision notice will be issued once […]

27th June 2018

Residential Conversion of Kent Barn

JTS has successfully negotiated planning consent for change of use of a curtilage listed barn to residential.  The site lies within the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Main issues that had to be addressed were heritage and the policy preference for commercial use.

Conservation, Planning
25th April 2018

New Dwelling on Grade II Listed Site in Essex

Our client obtained planning permission to build a two bedroomed dwelling in the garden of their Grade II listed home (former village school) in Essex. JTS Partnership has been appointed to undertake the detailed design; obtain building control approval and act as Principal Designer; specify, tender, appoint the Principal Contractor and administer the works. The […]

Conservation, Planning