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Lymington Quay submitted for planning

Lymington Quay submitted for planning

We have submitted planning for the replacement toilet block at Lymington Quay. The project replaces the existing toilets and showers with a more modern facility. The design has been developed through extensive engagement with both stakeholders and re...

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Permitted Development is changing

Permitted Development is changing

Permitted Development is changing and it creates new opportunities for developers. What are the changes? Since the 31st of August 2020 it has become possible for 'owners of vacant and redundant freestanding buildings of a footprint of up to 1000 squa...

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Manydown secures planning permission for 3500 dwellings

Manydown secures planning permission for 3500 dwellings

We are pleased to see Basingstoke and Deane planning committee yesterday resolved to grant planning permission for up to 3,520 homes together with a 250-acre country park at Manydown, a new extension to Basingstoke in Hampshire. The decision was take...

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The Solent Nitrates Debacle

The Solent Nitrates Debacle

Since April 2019 Local Authorities in the Solent Region have stopped granting planning permission for any development which would result in ‘an increase in overnight stays.’ This means no new houses have received planning permission in the south of E...

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Snug wins the international design competition for The Wall of Answered Prayer

Snug wins the international design competition for The Wall of Answered Prayer

We are absolutely delighted to be able to announce that we have won the international design competition for The Wall of Answered Prayer. The winning team has been announced at an exclusive ceremony at The Birmingham Conference and Events Centre, i...

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Market Place goes to planning

Market Place goes to planning

Market Place is a high density urban development in the Fruit Market district of Southampton. The scheme provides 29 one and two bedroom apartments over sox floors and comprises of both flats and duplexes. The scheme occupies two former burgage plo...

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Hancock House submitted to planning

Hancock House submitted to planning

We have submitted a development for affordable housing on behalf of Footstep Living. The scheme forms part of the Brewery Square development in Dorchester. The design achieves high impact on a relatively low build cost and explores our 'boring, bor...

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Clovers secures planning permission

Clovers secures planning permission

We are delighted to have received planning permission for Clovers, a contemporary one off house located in the Milford-on-sea Conservation Area. The new home replaces an existing dwelling and provides a generous modern home that celebrates its land...

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Please to be published in @RIBAJ

Please to be published in @RIBAJ

We were pleased to see an article on the housing crisis written by our founding director, Paul Bulkeley, published in this months RIBA Journal. The article raises serious issues that we hope both the industry and government will consider carefully....

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Planning won for Winchester's largest social housing scheme

Planning won for Winchester's largest social housing scheme

Snug have just won planning permission for Winchester City Council’s largest affordable housing scheme. The project consists of 76 new affordable homes at The Valley in Stanmore and forms part the council’s ambitious New Homes Delivery programme. The...

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