Another Successful Planning Outcome for Clients of Intelligent Land
When it comes to navigating the complexities of land planning and development, the expertise and experience of Intelligent Land are invaluable. A recent example underscores the value we can bring, this time, to adjacent landowners in an appeal.
Project type Planning appeal support to third party
Redundant farm buildings, owned by the Gaunts Estate, at Grange Farm, Colehill, near Wimborne obtained a planning permission for conversion to nine dwellings served via an existing private road. The Gaunts Estate then applied to make improvements including the introduction of passing bays to a further existing access track, restricted by a planning condition for agricultural use only, aiming to include mixed-use for both agricultural and non-agricultural vehicles. The Estate argued there were a number of good reasons to use this track in preference to that shown as the access to the nine dwellings and, significantly, contended there were no planning reasons to resist it. Ken Parke Planning Consultants acted on behalf of Gaunts Estate, while Intelligent Land represented the concerns of the adjacent owners who had always opposed the use of this particular track.
Dorset Council refused permission essentially agreeing with the merits of the IL core representations and the Estate appealed the Council’s decision.