Emery Planning was instructed to advise in relation to the redevelopment of a site in Todmorden for the erection of an apartment block (6 no. units). The site is located within the Todmorden Conservation Area and is identified as within a Flood Zone 2 & 3 (i.e. high risk of flooding). Officers agreed that the proposed scheme would relate well to the character of the conservation area, the Sequential & Exceptions Tests had been satisfied
Emery Planning was instructed to progress a planning application for a replacement dwelling to a traditional farmhouse in the designated Green Belt in Soil Hill, near
On behalf of Oakmere Homes, Emery Planning has secured an approval from Lancaster City Council for reserved matters relating to the development of 55 new homes
Outline planning permissionwas granted in October 2016 for 5 new dwellings at Derby Villas which is located in a mixed use regeneration area in Macclesfield Town Centre. Band Architects of Macclesfield were the architects for the scheme. A link to their website is here: http://www.bandarchitects.com/
This site in Macclesfield is a listed hall with a barn for which Emery Planning achieved a conversion into 3 dwellings.
Emery Planning submitted a successful planning application for the development of 79 houses on this site as part of a wider housing allocation.
Planning permission was achieved for extensions to this public house in the Green Belt for a specialist delicatessen.
The Clubhouse is a purpose built, new two storey unit constructed to the north of Chavasse Park at Liverpool One, easily accessible from all areas of the successful shopping centre. Planning permission was granted in January 2016 following pre-application discussion with both the City Council and Liverpool One Management Company.
The Botanist unit is located within Leopold Square. The Square is made up of a group of Grade II listed buildings, formerly used as office accommodation. In 2003 and 2006 planning permission was granted for a conversion of the building to a mixture of A3 and A4 use, along with
In 2014 planning permission was granted on appeal for Morris Homes (North West) for the demolition of the existing St Helens College building and its replacement with 10 houses on Crow Lane East, Newton-le-Willow. The main issue was the loss of the former college building, deemed to be of local
Emery Planning advises Somerford Park Farm equestrian centre on their rapidly expanding business. Recent planning permissions have included a new state-of-the-art veterinary building, indoor riding arena, new retail unit and in the order of around 100 stables.
Full planning permission for a 900 place free secondary school in Sandymoor, Runcorn was granted in August 2013 The proposal, regarded locally as contentious, was subject to extensive public consultation. The school includes a major community hub.
In 2010 we were successful in winning instruction as planning consultant for the delivery of new visitor facilities at the Jodrell Bank Observatory on behalf of the University of Manchester. The Lovell radio telescope at Jodrell Bank is a Grade I Listed Building, immediately recognisable as an iconic landmark within
Emery Planning achieved permission on appeal for the redevelopment of this former industrial site on the banks of the River Dane located in the open countryside on the edge of Congleton. The appeal was allowed, despite being contrary to relevant development plan policies. The Inspector agreed with our case of
A medieval barn was dismantled to make way for the Manchester Airport expansion. We obtained planning permission for it to be reconstructed in Nether Alderley. The scheme comprised major extensions including a basement, sport garage and annex. This magnificent property replaced a former reinforced concrete wartime munitions building. Cheshire East
Following an public inquiry, an appeal was allowed in May 2014 for a residential development of 132 units and 126 sq m of retail space and engineering works on land at Buckleigh Road, Westward Ho!, Torridge, Devon.
Our commercial team are retail consultants for a variety of major retail developments at Braintree Retail Park, Essex. Occupiers include Marks and Spencers (Simply Food), Next and TK Maxx.
In February 2014, Emery Planning secured planning permission on appeal for Bloor Homes for 25 houses of which 7 were affordable. The appeal was dealt with by way of a public inquiry, which was initially opened in October 2013 and reconvened in January 2014. The main issues were the sustainability
Planning permission was secured for the demolition of a property known as Pepper House within the South Hale Conservation Area and the erection of a new contemporary dwelling, which was awarded best Architectural Design Concept at the Northern Design Awards 2015.
In September 2013 Emery Planning, on behalf of Formby Hall Investments, gained planning consent for 14 student flats with shared living/kitchen areas and 84 en-suite bedrooms, including 11 fully accessible rooms; together with 1,000m² of retail space (A1 – A5). The proposal will provide a high quality redevelopment of the
The former Bear Hotel is to be redeveloped into 35 dwellings on a key centre site in Blackburn. The application has been resolved to be approved, subject to an S106 agreement.
The appeal decision was allowed for a Green Belt infill dwelling on the north side of Prestbury, outside of the defined settlement. The council refused it on the grounds that the site falls within the parish of Mottram St Andrew and not Prestbury. However, the Inspector agreed it visually forms
This substantial industrial estate, located in the attractive Green Belt village of Langley, was designated only for commercial use. Throughout extensive and protracted negotiation, including full public consultation open days, consent was achieved for a mixed residential and commercial outline redevelopment.
Emery Planning secured outline planning permission for a mixed commercial and residential scheme of 850 homes on behalf of Russell Homes and Gladedale Estates for a 120-acre site at Wincham near Northwich. This challenging mixed brownfield and greenfield site was initially promoted by this practice through the local plan process.
In May 2014, the practice obtained planning permission on appeal for the demolition of an existing dwelling, removal of buildings and structures associated with the former water treatment works and the construction of 12 two-storey detached houses on Dingle Lane in Sandbach.
We obtained planning permission for the redevelopment of the depot for residential development, contrary to the local plan designation for employment purposes. As with the Langley site, we published details of the scheme on our website to enable members of the public to access the details and submit their comments.
Planning permission for a mixed-use development comprising retail, business use and a restaurant was granted on appeal with full costs in April 2013. The permission replaced an existing planning permission granted in 2009. The Inspector considered that special justification would be required to refuse an application viewed to be of