Business as usual at the Noble Consultancy as another major planning application is approved.
Once again The Noble Consultancy has demonstrated a willingness to work proactively with both client and local authority to achieve a positive planning decision.
In light of current market conditions and given the passage of time since the original consent, Barratt David Wilson Kent and Persimmon Homes sought a number of amendments to Outline Planning Permission 15/00068. In summary the changes permitted are:
To achieve this, associated drawings and documents were revised more times than a GCSE student’s handbook. This required painstakingly updating the Design Code, Design & Access Statement and all relevant parameter plans to facilitate the change.
The permission means that both Barratt David Wilson Kent and Persimmon Homes can now progress their remaining phases via a reserved matters route, for which The Noble Consultancy have already prepared robust proofing layouts and detailed accommodation schedules.
Thanks go to Roxana Megyesi, Project Manager, at The Noble Consultancy, on this occasion, for her meticulous attention to detail and continued resolve to ensure all plans and documents were accurate and reliable.
It goes without saying, we continue to look forward to working with both house-builders on the remaining phases at the site and elsewhere across the region.
On 21 October, Vale of White Horse Planning Committee voted unanimously to approve a Reserved Matters planning application.