Newsletter | March 2015 – daplanning.co.uk New Hotel in Golders Green – Approved DAP are delighted to announce that plans for a Hotel (C1) in the heart of Golders Green, have been approved. The scheme will see the iconic Solly’s Building, which has remained partly derelict since a devastating fire in 2007, finally receive a new lease of life. The approved Hotel will also consist of a new Restaurant (A3) on the ground floor adjacent to the hotel entrance. The Hotel will generate new jobs and meet the demand for budget hotel accommodation in an underprovided area. Room rates are projected
Newsletter | February 2015 – drawingandplanning.com Having trouble reading this? View it in your browser. GRANTED : AEGON HOUSE, LONDON Another successfull application by the DAP team ! We are delighted to tell our customers about a successful change of usage from office to residential. The question on all developers mind is whether prior approval for B1 – C3 will be extended. In 2014 the Department for Communities and Local Government unveiled plans to make this temporary permitted development (PD) permanent. The temporary permitted development is due to expire on 30th May 2016. DAP have being discussing prior approval
Approval secured for exciting new development in Old Street, London City Road is the main arterial route connecting central London and the inner north, now flourishing with a sprouting of new exclusive residential development, Drawing and Planning have their own exciting scheme to be proud of. Approval was finally granted by the London Borough of Islington after a 10-month wait, for five high quality flats replacing an existing single residential unit. The scheme includes the addition of three new floors to accommodate the extra units. DAP’s senior most planner, Harman Sond was overjoyed at the decision and clearly remembers the
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