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More Planning Appeal Successes in Pembrokeshire & Ceredigion

Posted by on Jul 31, 2013 in Blog, Ceredigion Planning, Pembrokeshire Planning | 0 comments

In the short space of 1 week ckplanning has won 3 appeals on behalf of clients. Between 10th July and 17th July 2013 Chris Kimpton won the following appeals: 1. The retention of a meditation hut for Jerome Flynn at Trefacwn, Llanrhian in the Pembrokeshire County Council administrative area; 2. The change of use from an existing private workshop to granny...

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Planning Appeal Success Against Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

Posted by on Jun 27, 2013 in Blog, National Park Planning, Pembrokeshire Planning | 0 comments

CK Planning has once again been successful in obtaining planning permission for clients who had battled for some time with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to obtain planning permission. Andrew and Marlis Malien, who operate Pen Pant Farm just outside Solva, proposed to convert what was an existing, former farm workers cottage on their farm back into...

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Pembrokeshire Planning Permission for Commercial Garage in St Davids

Posted by on May 15, 2013 in Blog, Pembrokeshire Planning, Planning Permission | 0 comments

CK Planning recently obtained full planning permission from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park for Mr David Ward to operate a commercial car repair garage in St Davids.  Since 2003 the garage had been operating under a number of temporary consents and following professional advice and support from Chris Kimpton of CK Planning a full planning application...

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Getting Planning Right in Pembrokeshire

Getting Planning Right in Pembrokeshire

Posted by on Nov 13, 2012 in Blog, Pembrokeshire Planning | 0 comments

To get a Pembrokeshire planning application through the system in Pembrokeshire now requires a considerable amount of professional expertise and assistance. There is, for a start, a whole raft of requirements to meet even before a planning application can be what is termed ‘ validated’ – that means the scope of material submitted in support of the...

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Planning for Wind Turbines in Pembrokeshire

Planning for Wind Turbines in Pembrokeshire

Posted by on Oct 15, 2012 in Blog, Town Planning, Wind Turbine Planning | 0 comments

Obtaining planning permission for a wind turbine between 15m and 50m in height is getting increasingly more difficult. Pembrokeshire County Council and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park planning officers are now requesting much more detailed landscape assessments for what were, until recently, considered to be relatively small wind turbines. Initial,...

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