Bidwells was appointed to support the planning process to ensure the scheme was successfully navigated through planning, and to ensure the necessary construction timetable was achievable through the precise negotiation over pre-commencement conditions.
Bidwells was instructed to provide heritage consultancy services to support an application for planning permission for 35 new dwellings in the village made famous by the popular murder mystery programme, Midsomer Murders.
Bidwells was instructed to provide a heritage statement to support applications for Listed Building Consent and Advertisement Consent for two banner advertisements to celebrate the bicentenary of the Institute of Civil Engineering upon their impressive headquarters.
Refurbishment and extension of the centrepiece of the Grade I listed terrace designed by John Nash. The property had originally consisted of the Diorama building, an early-nineteenth century form of cinema, flanked by two town houses.