Planning permission

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July News

Such a lot has happened this past month. We have designed two outdoor kitchens to swimming pools, one submitted for planning and one in the pipeline.  This is surely a sign that staycations are becoming the preferred way of relaxing and socialising. Many new enquiries have been generated through the website, our colleagues in GTH and also from existing clients so we are as busy as ever.  The most rewarding community project we are currently preparing for planning is the installation of solar car ports for Bridport Town Council as part of their commitment to the Climate Change Emergency.  We […]

Weekly Blog – 27

My first week at Angel Architecture was a very busy one, but the collaborative nature of the office environment made the work both manageable and rewarding. A midweek informal lunch in Honiton was also an enjoyable way to spend time out of the office.  There have been lots of developments to the many on-going projects and final amendments were made to a planning application for a listed property in Wellington, just in time for the arrival of the clients first child.   Numerous site visits were undertaken in Bridport and beyond, including a newly appointed project in Combe Raleigh; the 17th century, […]

Angel Blog – Week 23

This week has been partially spent pulling together a second application for an established client in Dorset and designing a swimming pool and outside kitchen for clients in Devon. There is a trend for this new way of entertaining, more sophisticated than a BBQ or pizza oven, with a proper separate building providing shade and preparation space adjacent to the pool for those endless hot days which are a consequence of global warming. These images show a secondary chimney stack which is redundant (too close to the thatch) which has been leaking for decades with rainwater tainted by sulphates permeating […]

Angel Blog – Week 21

Great news this week, we can look forward to a visit from the Planning Inspector to determine an appeal on one of two sites in Sherborne, 10 weeks from submission, a lot quicker than it took Dorset Council to determine the first of two applications – 6 months.  It has taken a great deal of hard work by Peter Child and Miranda Martineau to get to this point so I am keen to hear the outcome, it is for more communal space in a residential care home, which until now has only had an unheated log cabin in the garden. […]