Projects & News

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Listed Cowshed Conversion Consent

Tockington Park Farm

Fri 12 October 18

One of our smaller projects but nevertheless technically challenging, working with WH Architects we have secured planning and listed building consent for conversion of a curtilage listed cowshed. Located within the open countryside and Green Belt, the building forms part of an historic farmstead which contains several listed buildings.

The proposals will create holiday accommodation that will complement others within the site and ensure the historic building continues to be maintained. To ensure the conversion is appropriate for the type of building, the works include a limecrete floor, wood fibre insulation boards and a breathable lime-based finish.

Aspect360 managed the process and input of technical consultants to ensure correct information and a justification for the development could be made.

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Major Urban Regeneration and Heritage Enhancement

Portland Square, Bristol

Mon 17 September 18

Bristol’s planning committee has resolved to granted planning and listed building consent for a conservation-led development that will restore one of Bristol’s most important Georgian Squares that is of national significance. The development will restore Grade I listed buildings and recreate the missing townscape within the square with buildings which replicate the historic context. The development will deliver 94 apartments which will include affordable housing units and a significant CIL contribution to the Council.

Aspect360 led on the planning process. The development was designed by NOMA architects with assistance from Craddy Pitchers who provided detailed structural advice. Highgate Transport also assisted with key information to address highway matters.

Large HMO permitted

Clevedon,North Somerset

Fri 20 July 18

Working with local providers, planning permission has been granted for a 10-bed House in Multiple Occupation in Clevedon, North Somerset. The proposals had to be robustly justified by Aspect360 to appease the local planning authority and demonstrate there was adequate car parking and suitable accommodation within the building with all the necessary amenities.

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Green Belt Houses Consented

Old Down, South Gloucestershire

Mon 23 April 18

Planning permission has been granted by South Gloucestershire Council for two houses within the village of Old Down. Located within the Green Belt and outside of a defined settlement boundary, the development of the family houses on a former paddock was deemed appropriate infill development within the open countryside.

Following design changes during the application process, Council officers recommended approval and the planning committee subsequently granted consent.

This is the second such permission Aspect360 have gained in recent months.

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Major Zoo Exhibit at Wild Place

Wild Place, Blackhorse Hill, Bristol

Wed 28 March 18

We are delighted to be working with the Bristol, Clifton and West of England Zoological Society on their next Wild Place Project masterplan exhibit.

The exhibit will be within the British Ancient Woodland and
includes education and shelter buildings, high level walkways and enclosures for wolves; bears; wolverines; and lynx). The sensitivity of the site has warranted consideration of a number of technical issues with Aspect360 providing a planning overview and managing the planning process.

The planning application submitted to South Gloucestershire Council is due to determined with a recommendation for approval.

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