Garner Planning, acting as agent for Maple Grove Developments, has secured planning permission for a new six storey building (ground floor commercial uses with offices above) within the Blackburn Cathedral Quarter. The new building will form part of a wider town centre redevelopment scheme that as already been completed following planning and listed building consents … Read more
Garner Planning has obtained a Certificate of Lawfulness to enable a large dwelling overlooking Lake Windermere to be occupied without the need to comply with a restrictive planning condition limiting occupation to persons employed in the keeping and breeding of horses. If an occupancy restriction is a concern for you give Chris a call to … Read more
Garner Planning has secured planning permission for the change of use of an office building, on a business park just outside Kirkby Lonsdale, to a kitchen showroom use.
Garner Planning has secured two separate consents to convert the Black Swan public house to a residential use. One consent enables a conversion to four apartments and the other to a single dwelling. If you are considering the conversion of a public house to an alternative use please give Chris a call to discuss.
Garner Planning used the Prior Approval process to confirm the change of use of the former Bluefin Insurance Building in Kendal to four apartments.
Garner Planning acted for Holker Estate in securing planning permission to increase the existing car park from 151 spaces to 232 spaces within the Cartmel Conservation Area.
Garner Planning has won an appeal for a new dwelling at Field Broughton, near Cartmel, within the Lake District National Park. If you have been unsuccessful with a planning application and need advice on the prospects of securing consent at appeal, please give Chris a call to discuss.
Garner Planning has provided planning support to Aamir Design in securing planning permission for a builders’ merchants on a former car showroom site, in Maghull, Sefton, Merseyside.
Garner Planning provided planning support the architectural practices of EcoArc and Jefferey & Rigg in securing planning permission for two dwellings in the village of Crosthwaite, near Kendal, within the Lake District National Park. If you are considering any new residential development in the National Park give Chris a call to discuss.
Garner Planning, working with EcoArc, has secured planning permission for the demolition of a large detached dwelling built in the early 19th Century and replacement with a new Passivhaus standard dwelling, in the Newlands Valley within the Lake District National Park. The new house is a low carbon, eco-dwelling, heated by passive solar gain and … Read more