Bidwells prepared an Environmental Statement to accompany an application for full planning permission for the construction of 266 residential dwellings and associated infrastructure within a redundant chalk quarry.
Bidwells managed the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of the scheme and co ordinated the production of the Environmental Statement for an innovative mushroom farm and an adjacent (2.5MW) anaerobic digestion plant on behalf of client G's Marketing.
Heritage Statement to support an application for planning permission for a ground floor extension to the existing building and a linked seven storey block that will provide 105 further bedrooms to the existing hotel.
Preparation of Significance Assessment to assess the relative significance or heritage value of the property. This accompanied an application for the internal refurbishment works including the installation of a new stair between level three and four.
Comprehensive investigation to source historic information relating to a landscape designed by Humphry Repton in circa 1803, including the Red Book he quite possibly produced for the scheme, but which is now lost.
Advice and preparation of Heritage Statement on proposed internal and external works to the Langham Spa. The scheme seeks the conversion of the existing spa facility at ground floor to a bar, with rearrangement of the spa at basement level.
Class Q Permitted Development has changed the way we look at certain buildings and the potential of redundant or disused agricultural buildings, but what are the common pitfalls and how might you maximise this opportunity?