JTS have just secured our client planning permission for the permanent change of use a former Little Chef restaurant to a transport training centre on the A13 in Essex. Change of use had been temporarily granted on two occasions, but the client wanted the assurance of a permanent consent to ensure stability. Working with Andy […]
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Hello and welcome to the first post of 2017. Following the Christmas and New Year holiday period, JTS were back in full swing on 3rd January, with the firm excited to see what this year will bring. New Staff 2017 starts with us welcoming a new member of staff into our building surveying department, with […]
Canterbury City Council have granted listed building consent and planning permission for the reinstatement of two-storey rear extension including structural works to remaining walls with new door and external staircase to comprise an office on ground floor and staff accommodation on first floor. The property is grade II* listed and located within Canterbury City […]
JTS have successfully negotiated planning permission for the change of use of an agricultural barn to a residential dwelling, with ancillary works and a property in Shenfield, Essex. The client had previously, through another consultant, sought a prior notification application for the change of use from agricultural to residential. This had been sought under Class […]
JTS have successfully negotiated planning permission for the erection of a workshop and store, which will incorporate a kitchenette and WC within woodland in Warley, Essex, close to Brentwood. The site is part of a woodland planted in the 1970s and our client had received a licence to manage the site, together with bee keeping […]
A new precedent has been set with JTS having just secured prior notification approval, so that ground floor offices in the Ipswich Wetdock area can be converted into flats. The application was supported by a Flood Risk Assessment and is the closest building, to the dock, where the Borough Council has allowed residential use at […]
Canterbury Planning Committee resolves to grant planning permission for housing scheme on former school site in Herne Bay
Canterbury Planning committee resolved to grant planning permission this week in accordance with the officer recommendation for approval subject to a S106 legal agreement and appropriate conditions. The scheme in Herne Bay involved the retention of a listed building and reinstatement of school back to dwelling. Remainder of school to be demolished for residential development […]
Nick Davey addressed the members of Hounslow’s Planning Committee which, following a lengthy debate, resolved to grant planning permission, subject to a Section 106 Agreement, for the redevelopment of a brownfield site on the Great West Road for a four storey hotel and 34 houses. The revised application was submitted following an earlier refusal of […]
JTS has just secured planning permission and Listed Building Consent to refurbish a Grade II* star listed public house, in a former granary warehouse, which occupies a prominent position in the Exeter Waterfront Conservation Area.
JTS has secured planning permission so that a national retail operator can use part of the refurbished Leicester Square, in central London, as an outside terrace providing seating for 92 customers.