Conservation

24th March 2022

Permission granted for a replacement extension in Canterbury

Householder permission has been given for the demolition and replacement of a single storey rear extension to a property within the Canterbury Conservation Area.  The existing extension is of a poor condition and accommodates a small kitchen. The approved replacement extension will accommodate a larger kitchen, separate bathroom and feature double patio doors and skylights. […]

Conservation, Planning
23rd March 2022

Planning permission secured for 5 townhouses in Ongar

JTS has successfully negotiated planning consent for 5 townhouses in Ongar. The properties feature private parking, courtyard gardens and a communal amenity area. The townhouses have been designed with false chimney stacks, red brick and slate roofs to conserve and enhance the appearance of the Conservation Area. The full planning application was submitted in July […]

Conservation, Planning
25th January 2022

Replacement extension in conservation area, Canterbury

JTS has applied for householder consent for the demolition and replacement of a single-storey rear extension to a property within a conservation area in Canterbury.  The proposal seeks to demolish the existing 1950s kitchen extension in poor condition and replace it with a larger kitchen and separate bathroom.  This would include patio doors and a […]

Conservation, Planning
19th January 2022

Eco-camping pods in grounds of listed hotel, Canterbury

The JTS Partnership have submitted a planning application for the erection of 6 no. timber eco-camping pods with en-suite facilities to provide additional visitor accommodation within the grounds of a grade II* listed hotel in Canterbury.  The landscape screening and sensitive design of the pods will not diminish the significance of the heritage asset.  These  […]

Conservation, Planning
5th January 2022

Householder planning permission secured for replacement windows and doors in a Conservation Area, Broadstairs

Planning permission has been granted for the installation of replacement timber windows and doors on a locally listed 19th century cottage within the Broadstairs Conservation Area. The replacement windows and doors replicate the style and appearance of the existing timber frames and will improve the thermal efficiency of the dwelling whilst having no impact upon […]

Conservation, Planning
15th April 2020

Householder appeal allowed for extension to dwelling in Conservation Area

The JTS Partnership have secured planning permission through a householder appeal against a refusal from London Borough of Havering. The proposal for a two storey rear extension and external alterations to a detached dwelling, followed a previously refused planning application and dismissed appeal, for which JTS had no involvement. The dwelling in question fell within […]

Conservation, Planning
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