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Small Residential Schemes in the Country...

Planning permission for residential development of land in rural areas has traditionally been difficult to obtain.  This is particularly down to planning policy seeking to control development with very few exceptions.  As such planning policy seeks to direct residential development to within established settlement development boundaries, and sites identified as suitable in local planning authority’s (LPA) local plans and development management policies.
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Prior Approval Success For Class Q On A...

Acorus’ Eastern team have been successful in obtaining the change of use of a steel framed agricultural building to a dwelling under permitted development rights (Class Q of General Permitted Development Order), in Hampshire. Acorus also undertook the necessary design work. Queries regarding the structural capability of the building were raised during the course of the application, but these were successfully overcome during the course of the application through regular engagement with the planning officer.
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SUCCESSFUL PLANNING APPLICATION FOR SECO...

Planning permission was successfully obtained for a new dwelling to house a new livestock manager on a farmer clients holding in Norfolk.
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Permitted development rights used to gai...

Acorus has gained planning consent for the change of use of a storage building to residential in Suffolk on the basis that a Certificate of Lawfulness could be obtained and therefore it would be eligible for permitted development.
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Class Q Fall Back for Former Agricultura...

Following a successful Class Q application, planning permission has been granted under Fall Back for a former grain store to be converted into a single storey conversion.
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Planning Application Success for Acorus...

Planning permission has been granted for a new grain store on a 200 hectare arable farm in Bedfordshire with Acorus actively involved in both the planning and design of the development.  
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