On the 9th December 2019 the staff at JTS held their annual ‘Wear a Christmas Jumper Day’ and charity ‘Bake Off Competition’. There were 6 entrants and the cakes were baked and decorated to a good standard. After ‘blind’ tasting the winner was Clare White with her Christmas profiteroles. Congratulations to Clare and well done […]
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 […]
JTS has secured a lawful development certificate for the existing use of a property as a single self-contained dwellinghouse (use class C3). The property had been subject to a historic condition limiting its occupancy to staff accommodation for an adjacent care home. JTS successfully demonstrated that the condition had been in breach in excess of […]
JTS have secured permission for the change of use from a warehouse for B1c, B2 and B8 purposes to a mobility and care products showroom (sui generis). The officer considered that the proposal would complement the existing uses and character of the area whilst providing employment opportunities.
Full planning permission secured for 9 dwellings on a site outside the urban confines and identified within the Local Plan as a village gap. Officer recommendation for approval was overturned by planning committee. The decision was appealed and the Inspector considered that these matters were not so harmful to warrant refusal. The Inspector, however considered […]
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 […]