Aylesbury Vale Council have granted planning permission for a new 8500 sq ft house at Fox Hole Farm, Winslow. Acting for the landowner, Smith Jenkins have negotiated the planning permission with the Authority, having developed a detailed case for a new house in the countryside.Read More
The Prime Minister today announced that office to residential permitted development rights were to be made permanent. This was part of a wider announcement on the Housing and Planning Bill. The announcement can be viewed here. We have spoken to DCLG this afternoon and they were unable to confirm the timescales for these new rights to be extended. We have been told: “We are developing the detail of the …Read More
Permission Secured for New School: Earlsfield, SW17 Image courtesy of Maack Architects. We are delighted to have secured planning permission from the London Borough of Wandsworth for a new special school in Earlsfield, London SW17. Our client Beyond Autism is a registered charity and helps children with severe autism to live fuller lives by delivering transformative education from its special schools. It’s new school in Earlsfield will enable it to …Read More
2015 has been a busy year for Smith Jenkins, and we now require qualified planners or senior planners to join our growing team. We are looking for dynamic individuals who want to join us at an exciting time in the growth of our business. Based in our Stony Stratford office, you will be offered a diverse range of projects to work on across a number of sectors including residential, commercial, …Read More
he Secretary of State has published his conclusions on the ‘Frosts’ appeal decision this week, and determined that Milton Keynes Council cannot demonstrate a 5 year housing land supply regardless of the methodology used.
The Secretary of State concludes:Read More