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.
The JTS Partnership LLP were appointed by one of their established ecclesiastical clients to design and project manage a new extension to an existing dwelling house in Brentwood, which was completed in April 2019. The works included obtaining Planning Permission and Building Control Approval, together with the transfer in ownership of a parcel of land […]
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 […]
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.
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. […]
JTS has negotiated planning permission to regularise a HMO in the London Borough of Croydon. During the course of the application discussions, changes to the internal layout in respect of shared facilities were agreed with the officer. Amended plans were also submitted to reflect the standards laid out in Housing legislation.