|Application Type: Listed Building Consent & Planning Permission|
|Development Description: New Residential Dwelling|
|Local Authority: Oxford City Council|
Fuller Long is delighted to have won a planning appeal for a new house in Oxford City Centre. The house forms part of the conversion, amalgamation and upgrade of a Grade II listed building in central Oxford. It sits within a sensitive heritage context being surrounded by listed buildings (including Grade II* buildings) and also falling within a Conservation Area. The site has an extensive planning history and has recently undergone significant repair and refurbishment.
The house provides our client with a family-sized property in central Oxford in a unique listed building. The Planning Inspector considered the proposal to make optimum and efficient use of a city centre site in terms of layout and density. The appeal decision concluded that the house was considered to be a ‘high-density development’ contrary to the Council’s claim that it would result in inefficient use of the site and have a negative effect on the local housing need.
If you are in search of the right planning consultants to assist with your basement requirements, look no further. Fuller Long’s skilled planning and heritage consultants have over 250 years of shared knowledge and experience. Please call 0808 164 1288 or email us at email@example.com to speak to a member of our team.