Garner Planning has supported North West Auctions in securing planning permission for six holiday let pods as part of a farm diversification scheme near Ulverston in South Lakeland.
Garner Planning has secured planning consent to replace a sub-standard dwelling in the Lake District National Park. The new dwelling will have three bedrooms and include solar photovoltaic panels and an air source heat pump. A bio-diversity net gain scheme forms part of the scheme. The development will be undertaken by Lanquest Properties Limited.
Garner Planning has secured planning permission for two holiday let pods on a site located partly within the Sedbergh Conservation Area.
Garner Planning has secured a variation to a planning condition to significantly increase the number of parishes including in the local occupancy area so persons from a wider area qualify to occupy the property.
Garner Planning has secured planning permission for the change of use of a former school building for holiday let purposes.
Garner Planning has secured planning permissions for the change of use of three guest houses to holiday lets in the Lake District National Park (Keswick, Windermere and Bowness). Guest house owners are responding to the impact of the pandemic and a potential longer term change in customer demand for guest house accommodation.
Garner Planning has secured outline planning permission for two dwellings in the village of Crosthwaite in the Lake District National Park. Thanks is given to Jeffrey & Rigg, Rubicon Project Consultancy, Envirotech and Yew Tree for their supporting work.
In 2006 the Lake District National Park Authority refused planning permission for a new estate manager’s lodge at Neaum Crag near Ambleside. A susbsequent appeal was dismissed in 2008. Garner Planning argued that there had been a significant change in circumstances. Applying the nationally described space standards demonstrated that the existing lodge was too small … Read more
Garner Planning has secured planning and listed building consent for the conversion of a listed farm building into two dwellings and the erection of a new dwelling within the Orton Conservation Area. Lanquest Properties Limited provided the drawings and amendments as required and agreed with the local planning authority.
Garner Planning, acting as agent for the property owners, has secured planning permission to replace an existing 1960’s/70’s dwelling with a larger eco Passivhaus. The new dwelling will have fine views down Derwent Water to Borrowdale. The new dwelling has been designed by EcoArc, an architectural practice based in Kentmere.