How to Gain Planning Permission in The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park??
We at RLH believe that the surest way to achieve a successful outcome for a planning application in the National Park is very early dialogue with the planners i.e Dont just hit them with something via an application, rather let them understand the scheme and where you are coming from by way of an introduction to your ideas. We therefore are firm believers is using the pre-application advice service as a matter of course on all but the most straight forward of applications! And whilst this may seem like another layer of bureaucracy designed at ‘dragging out’ the planning process, it really is not and in reality can ‘shave’ weeks off the process or even avoid the possibly of a frustrating and costly refusal!!
We are happy to announce that after a relatively ephemeral spell of pre-consultation discussions with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, we have successfully gained planning permission for the alteration and extension of Glanyrafon Isaf, a beautiful 17th Century stone cottage nestled in the heart of the National Park. We believe that the scheme we have gained planning permission, whilst being sympathetic to its origins, makes the very most of the available space, orientation and dramatic views on offer to provide a beautiful, modern and well lit space, drawing in the garden and surrounding countryside in through the large areas of glazing and thus creating the ultimate inside and outside experience!