The JTS Partnership has secured permission for a new medical facility within Canterbury City Centre. Listed Building Consent and planning permission have been secured for the change of use from offices to a medical centre for fertility treatment in a Grade II Listed Georgian property. Officers considered the proposed clinic would bring employment, vitality and […]
Residential Conversion of Curtilage Listed Buildings and Replacement Barn for 6 dwellings, Hoath, Canterbury
Full planning permission and listed building consent secured for the conversion of the granary and former milking shed into 3 residential dwellings and a replacement barn to provide 3 dwellings to echo the former farmstead arrangement. The Council approved a similar scheme in 2004. Evidence was provided to the council that alternative uses were not […]
JTS has secured planning permission for replacement windows from timber to uPVC within a Conservation Area. The Local Planning Authority agreed the replacement windows would preserve the character and appearance of the Conservation Area.
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.
JTS has just received planning permission and listed building consent, on behalf of a client, to install a new heating and cooling system in licensed premises which are part of the Grade I listed warehouses on the north side of West India Dock in east London. The applications were accompanied by a detailed Heritage Statement […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.