All posts by: Lynda Mernick

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7th July 2022

Planning permission granted for the erection of rear extensions onto third floor terraces at a hotel in Earls Court, London

Planning permission has been granted by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea for the erection of rear extensions onto third floor terraces at a hotel in Earls Court, London. The proposals seek to make improvements to the visitor accommodation within this hotel to enhance its quality and expand its level of standard and operation. […]

Conservation, Planning
6th July 2022

Planning permission & listed building consent granted for refurbishment works at a Grade II listed pub restaurant in Worcester, Worcestershire

Planning permission & listed building consent have been granted by Worcester City Council for refurbishment, to include internal works, changes to modern entrance porch and creation of new rear customer terrace, at a Grade II listed pub restaurant in Worcester, Worcestershire. Changes within the historic core are limited and comprise the upgrading and replacement of […]

Conservation, Planning
30th June 2022

Planning permission & listed building consent granted for refurbishment works of the rear customer courtyard at a pub site in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

Planning permission & listed building consent have been granted by Buckinghamshire Council for refurbishment works on the ground and first floor, and the upgrade and enhancement of the rear customer courtyard, at a pub site in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire. The works have been carefully designed, and are limited, and cause no harm to the heritage significance […]

Conservation, Planning
19th May 2022

Scafell Pike

On Saturday 14th May a group of 8 of us climbed Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England. We took the route from Wasdale Head and reached the 978m high summit around lunchtime and sat in beautiful sunshine enjoying the view. In total, the walk took us 6 hours with several breaks to enjoy the […]

General News
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
15th February 2022

Listed building consent for alterations and refurbishments to a Grade II* listed building, Manchester

We have recently secured listed building consent for internal and external alterations and refurbishments to a Grade II* listed building in Manchester. The one item identified as potentially having a minor negative impact is the proposal to relocate the existing gents’ toilets to the basement. We argued that less than substantial impact may arise, but […]

Uncategorised
10th February 2022

Planning permission granted for external works and refurbishment of customer garden at large pub site in East Dulwich, London

Full planning permission has been granted by London Borough of Southwark Council for external works and the refurbishment of the customer garden at a large pub site in East Dulwich, London. Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, customer expectations have moved on, and good quality external seating and dining areas are now favoured. The removal […]

Planning