Projects & News

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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Student Development in Conservation Area

Whiteladies Road, Bristol

Mon 26 March 18

We have today secured consent for clients Eastman Estates to develop a block of student housing within the curtilage of a listed building and conservation area.

A particularly challenging site due to the historic context, proximity to neighbours and utilities, the resulting design will make a positive contribution to the local townscape and provide two student flats 5mins walk from the University of Bristol Precinct.

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Conservation Area Development


Wed 14 March 18

Planning permission has been secured by Aspect360 for clients to develop 7no. flats within Weston’s Conservation Area.

The development provides a traditional built form and appearance to restore the gap in the local townscape, but fusses it with a more contemporary-modern design at the rear of the site.

With previous issues to resolve, Aspect360 were brought in to provide a new strategy for the sites redevelopment and to ensure the various technical issues and Council policy requirements were addressed.

A challenging site to develop, the resulting consent will make a positive contribution to the area as well as deliver quality accommodation within the town.

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