Planning consent secured for new flats at Banbury
Published September 10th, 2019
Berrys has successfully obtained planning consent to convert the upper floors above a ground floor shop into three flats at a property along the High Street, Banbury, Oxfordshire
Berrys secured the necessary planning permission and a Certificate of Lawful Proposed Use for the change of use and conversion of the upper floors to provide three self-contained units using a variety of planning procedures.
“Over recent years the Government has introduced new permitted development rights for landowners, including the right to convert floors above shops to residential use,” explained Ian Taylor, Senior Planning Consultant at the Kettering office of Berrys.
“We took advantage of these recently-introduced permitted development regulations to deliver three new self-contained flats, which comprise one and two bedroomed units, in this highly sustainable brownfield location.
“Whilst the new permitted rights are to be welcomed, they are never straightforward. It is advised that anyone interested in using these procedures contact Berrys at our Kettering or Shrewsbury offices to discuss how we can assist you to realise your aspirations,” Ian added.
For further details and advice contact Ian Taylor at the Kettering office of Berrys on 01536 532384 or email email@example.com