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SHP Appeal Success at Bruntsfield Gardens, Edinburgh

SHP (Scott Hobbs Planning) gained planning permission on appeal for alterations to an existing flat and the creation of a new flatted dwelling within attic space at Bruntsfield Gardens, Edinburgh. The application was refused in July 2019 and SHP were instructed to submit an appeal to the DPEA. The reporter agreed that the development would have no detrimental impact on the Conservation Area and a high standard of residential amenity would be provided. Architect: Staran

Bruntsfield Gardens

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SHP Secures Planning Permission at Hillwood House, Edinburgh

SHP (Scott Hobbs Planning) has secured planning permission at Hillwood House, Edinburgh. An application for the proposed extension was refused by the Edinburgh Local Review Body in June 2019; however, the corresponding listed building consent application was granted on appeal to the DPEA during August 2019. A new planning application was then submitted to City of Edinburgh Council and subsequently approved in December 2019. Architect: WN Thomson & Co

Hillwood House 2

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SHP Success at Roxburghe Hotel, Kelso

SHP is pleased to have recently secured planning permission and listed building consent for an extension to the existing SCHLOSS Roxburghe Hotel near Kelso in the Scottish Borders. SHP submitted the application to Scottish Borders Council and negotiated the application to decision stage, working with ISA Architects to secure consent for this exciting development comprising 62 bedrooms, new restaurant, meeting and conference facilities, spa and wellness centre and accessible facilities.

Roxburghe 3

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SHP Gains Permission at Emily Davies Halls of Residence

SHP is delighted to have secured consent for a five-storey infill development at Emily Davies Halls of Residence in Southampton. SHP worked with Susan Stephen Architects on behalf of Empiric Student Property to secure consent for the development to provide additional communal living space for the existing flats. SHP also recently secured approval for a two storey communal facilities block at the site which includes a gym, cinema and games room.

Emily Davies

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SHP Appeal Success at Riverview Commercial Park, Tullamore, Ireland

Scott Hobbs Planning (SHP) has secured approval following third-party appeal, for the demolition of existing retail building and erection of two retail warehouses, at Riverview Commercial Park, Cloncollig, Tullamore. SHP provided advice throughout the process, submitting an application to Offaly County Council in November 2018, which intended to grant permission. A third-party appeal was then submitted to An Bord Pleanala, who agreed that the proposed development would not harm local amenity and was an acceptable use on this zoned site.

Riverview

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SHP Success at 1 Lanark Road, Edinburgh

SHP (Scott Hobbs Planning), working alongside McLaren, Murdoch & Hamilton Architects, have secured planning permission for the demolition of existing motor dealership and erection of new residential development comprising 57 flats. The site is located on the corner of Lanark Road and Craiglockhart Avenue, close to the Union Canal. The proposal involves the provision of 57 flats on a sustainable, urban brownfield site. The Development Management Sub Committee agreed that the proposal will enhance the streetscape, improve the pedestrian environment around the site and assist in creating a sense of place. The proposal will achieve a good environment for future occupiers and will not have an unacceptable adverse impact on the amenity of neighbouring properties. Client: John Clark (Holdings) Limited.

1 Lanark Road

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Listed Building Consent and Planning Permission Secured at 329 High Street, Edinburgh

SHP (Scott Hobbs Planning) has gained planning permission for the change of use of the west wing of the A listed City Chambers, at 329 High Street, Edinburgh. The proposals included the change of use from offices to Class 1 (retail) and Class 3 (cafĂ©/restaurant) uses at ground, basement and mezzanine level, with 24 serviced apartments (sui generis) above, together with sensitive external alterations. Twenty-one of the apartments are studio type, including three DDA compliant and the remaining three are one-bedroom. The Development Management Sub Committee considered the proposals acceptable and granted listed building consent and planning permission. Client: Chris Stewart Group.  Architect: ISA.

329 High St

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SHP Appeal Success at Hillwood House, Edinburgh

SHP (Scott Hobbs Planning) has secured listed building consent at Hillwood House, Edinburgh. The application was submitted in November 2017 but was refused in February 2019. SHP was then instructed to prepare and submit an appeal to the Directorate for Planning and Environmental Appeals (DPEA). The Reporter agreed that the proposals were acceptable and allowed the appeal, granting listed building consent.

Hillwood House

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