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2013 news

NEW VI FORM BUILDING AT THE NORFOLK SCHOOL OF GRESHAM'S   
2 November 2013 | Posted by Charlotte Burton | Education
 
Beacon Planning have recently been involved in a successful application for a new VI Form Building at the renowned Norfolk School of Gresham's, in the picturesque Georgian market town of Holt. Read more >>

Beacon Planning have recently been involved in a successful application for a new VI Form Building at the renowned Norfolk School of Gresham's, in the picturesque Georgian market town of Holt.

ENHANCED FACILITIES PLANNED FOR AWARD WINNING MøLLER CENTRE   
20 October 2013 | Posted by Joanna Burton | Education
 
A planning application for additional residential accommodation, conference, training and catering facilities and office space at The Møller Centre has been granted permission by Cambridge City Council. Read more >>

A planning application for additional residential accommodation, conference, training and catering facilities and office space at The Møller Centre has been granted permission by Cambridge City Council.

BEACON PLANNING APPOINTED ON BURNHAM MARKET DEVELOPMENT PROPOSALS   
30 September 2013 | Posted by Joanna Burton | Education
 
Beacon Planning has been appointed by Fleur Developments Ltd as the heritage consultant on proposals for 32 brand new homes, retail, open space and a public car park in Burnham Market, north Norfolk. Read more >>

Beacon Planning has been appointed by Fleur Developments Ltd as the heritage consultant on proposals for 32 brand new homes, retail, open space and a public car park in Burnham Market, north Norfolk.

APPEAL WIN ON LISTED BUILDING EXTENSION IN THE GREEN BELT   
15 September 2013 | Posted by Joanna Burton | Education
 
Beacon Planning has been successful on appeal in overturning the original decision of Three Rivers Local Authority not to permit a two storey extension plus basement addition to a Grade II listed, private residential property in the Hertfordshire Green Belt near Watford. Read more >>

Beacon Planning has been successful on appeal in overturning the original decision of Three Rivers Local Authority not to permit a two storey extension plus basement addition to a Grade II listed, private residential property in the Hertfordshire Green Belt near Watford.

BEACON ROLE ON CAMBRIDGE'S NEW MUSEUMS SITE CAMPUS REDEVELOPMENT   
14 August 2013 | Posted by Charlotte Burton | Education
 
Beacon Planning has been named as part of the project team advising on proposals for the redevelopment of the University of Cambridge's New Museums Site on Pembroke Street in the city. Read more >>

Beacon Planning has been named as part of the project team advising on proposals for the redevelopment of the University of Cambridge's New Museums Site on Pembroke Street in the city.

BEACON PLANNING ON BOARD FOR NEW COMMUNITY CENTRE   
18 July 2013 | Posted by Jenny Page
 
Beacon Planning has been appointed to handle the planning application for the new community centre which will be at the heart of Clay Farm - the development currently underway between the village of Trumpington and Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. Read more >>

Beacon Planning has been appointed to handle the planning application for the new community centre which will be at the heart of Clay Farm - the development currently underway between the village of Trumpington and Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge.

CAMBRIDGE JUDGE BUSINESS SCHOOL   
18 July 2013 | Posted by Jenni Mason
 
Beacon have been appointed as heritage planning consultants to advise the University of Cambridge on the enhancement of the Judge Business School. Read more >>

Beacon have been appointed as heritage planning consultants to advise the University of Cambridge on the enhancement of the Judge Business School.

SHARING THE 'BOUTIQUE CHIC' OF CAMBRIDGE'S LATEST RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT   
7 June 2013 | Posted by Jenni Mason
 
Beacon Planning and Freeland Rees Roberts Architects have played their part in one of Cambridge's latest residential developments where all the apartments and penthouses were reserved within four days of being launched for sale recently. Read more >>

Beacon Planning and Freeland Rees Roberts Architects have played their part in one of Cambridge's latest residential developments where all the apartments and penthouses were reserved within four days of being launched for sale recently.

BEACON PLANNING ADDS TO HERITAGE EXPERTISE   
24 April 2013 | Posted by Jon Burgess
 
Edward James has joined the Cambridge office Beacon Planning as a heritage consultant to add the planning consultancy's specialist heritage expertise. Read more >>

Edward James has joined the Cambridge office Beacon Planning as a heritage consultant to add the planning consultancy's specialist heritage expertise.

BEACON BATH-ED IN BIRTHDAY GLOW & GROWTH   
9 April 2013 | Posted by Andy Thompson
 
Beacon celebrated its 5th Birthday this year with a weekend away in Bath for the whole team in April. Read more >>

Beacon celebrated its 5th Birthday this year with a weekend away in Bath for the whole team in April.

  
24 March 2013
 
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Planning permission secured for annex in curtilage of listed building.   
24 March 2013 | Posted by Charmain Hawkins
 
Beacon Planning Ltd have secured planning permission for a single storey annex in the front garden of a listed building in South Cambridgeshire. Read more >>

Beacon Planning Ltd have secured planning permission for a single storey annex in the front garden of a listed building in South Cambridgeshire.

BEACON SUCCESSFULLY APPEALS BROADLAND DC DECISION IN NPPF 'TEST CASE'   
20 March 2013 | Posted by Andy Thompson
 
Acting on behalf of a local developer client, Beacon Planning has successfully appealed Broadland District Council's decision against a mixed-use development in the village of Blofield, to the east of Norwich in what the consultancy is describing as an important test of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) on the delivery of housing. Read more >>

Acting on behalf of a local developer client, Beacon Planning has successfully appealed Broadland District Council's decision against a mixed-use development in the village of Blofield, to the east of Norwich in what the consultancy is describing as an important test of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) on the delivery of housing.

APPOINTMENT TO ADVISE ON ARUP BUILDING REFURBISHMENT PLANS   
20 March 2013 | Posted by Jenni Mason
 
Beacon Planning has been appointed by the University of Cambridge's Estate Management to prepare a heritage statement in support of proposals for the refurbishment of the Arup Building. Read more >>

Beacon Planning has been appointed by the University of Cambridge's Estate Management to prepare a heritage statement in support of proposals for the refurbishment of the Arup Building.

PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED FOR STATE-OF-THE-ART NEW HOSPITAL IN CAMBRIDGE   
22 February 2013 | Posted by Andy Thompson
 
Cambridge City Planning Committee has granted planning permission to Beacon Planning client, Nuffield Health to build a small, new, state-of-the-art hospital on its Nuffield site in Trumpington Road. Read more >>

Cambridge City Planning Committee has granted planning permission to Beacon Planning client, Nuffield Health to build a small, new, state-of-the-art hospital on its Nuffield site in Trumpington Road.

UNANIMOUS APPROVAL FOR CAMBRIDGE RESIDENTIAL SCHEME   
6 February 2013 | Posted by Andy Thompson
 
One of the latest residential schemes in Cambridge to have been granted approval has seen Beacon Planning acting in advising the current owner of the site. Read more >>

One of the latest residential schemes in Cambridge to have been granted approval has seen Beacon Planning acting in advising the current owner of the site.

PLANS FOR PERMANENT BASE FOR THE WOOLF INSTITUTE, CAMBRIDGE   
1 February 2013 | Posted by Jon Burgess
 
Beacon Planning has been appointed as the planning consultant on a project for the creation of a new, permanent home in Cambridge for The Woolf Institute which is to be within the Westminster College site, on the corner of Madingley Road and Northampton Street in the city. Read more >>

Beacon Planning has been appointed as the planning consultant on a project for the creation of a new, permanent home in Cambridge for The Woolf Institute which is to be within the Westminster College site, on the corner of Madingley Road and Northampton Street in the city.

NEW BOATHOUSE APPROVED FOR GONVILLE & CAIUS COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE   
28 January 2013 | Posted by Andy Thompson
 
Approval has been given for plans to build a brand new boathouse with modern facilities for Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge in a project which saw Beacon Planning working in support of a design by Cambridge architects Bland, Brown + Cole to the College's brief. Read more >>

Approval has been given for plans to build a brand new boathouse with modern facilities for Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge in a project which saw Beacon Planning working in support of a design by Cambridge architects Bland, Brown + Cole to the College's brief.

APPROVAL FOR GRADE I LISTED NEW COURT, TRINITY COLLEGE   
25 January 2013 | Posted by Andy Thompson
 
Cambridge City Council Planning Committee has resolved to grant approval for 5th Studio's green retrofit of Grade I listed New Court at Trinity College after three years of design development, research and consultation with Cambridge City Council and English Heritage officers. Read more >>

Cambridge City Council Planning Committee has resolved to grant approval for 5th Studio's green retrofit of Grade I listed New Court at Trinity College after three years of design development, research and consultation with Cambridge City Council and English Heritage officers.

BEACON'S TOP RANKING   
16 January 2013 | Posted by Andy Thompson
 
Beacon Planning has been ranked as one of the UK's leading employers of chartered town planners and identified in the top tier of consultancies offering planning services in the eastern region. Read more >>

Beacon Planning has been ranked as one of the UK's leading employers of chartered town planners and identified in the top tier of consultancies offering planning services in the eastern region.

STUDY WILL PUT CAMBRIDGESHIRE'S MILLS ON THE MAP   
14 January 2013 | Posted by Jon Burgess
 
The East of England Buildings Preservation Trust and English Heritage have come together to jointly fund a study to put Cambridgeshire's mills on the map to ensure that future generations can appreciate the important role mills have played in village life in the county down the centuries. Read more >>

The East of England Buildings Preservation Trust and English Heritage have come together to jointly fund a study to put Cambridgeshire's mills on the map to ensure that future generations can appreciate the important role mills have played in village life in the county down the centuries.