Permission in Principle (PiP) in Uckington, Tewkesbury

permission in principle

Working with RRA Architects on behalf of our Client, we are glad to report Tewkesbury Borough Council have granted our application for Permission in Principle (PiP) to redevelop former community buildings in Uckington to provide up to 3 dwellings.

The site currently comprises two decaying community buildings and a large car parking area. The existing buildings on site are tired, unsightly and redundant being a mix of heights and materials. The removal and replacement with appropriately designed, residential development is therefore a far more effective use of the site. Our submission including justification for the “loss” of the community use, as part of which we included an assessment of other suitable facilities in the vicinity.

Now onto the Technical Details Consent (TDC)!

The permission in principle consent route is an alternative way of obtaining planning permission for housing-led development which separates the consideration of matters of principle for proposed development from the technical detail of the development.

For more information please contact us now: info@sfplanning.co.uk or call our offices on 01242 231575.

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