Kennel End

Residential conversion, permitted development entitlement


Private client


Buckinghamshire Council

Key info

Residential conversion, permitted development entitlement


Application submitted

Local Plan
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The challenge

A Planning Statement has been prepared to support a full planning application for the conversion of a single storey outbuilding into a 2-bed dwelling in Tylers Green village within the Green Belt. The outbuilding is currently utilised as a storage area, garage space and workshop for the main dwelling.

The solution

The proposal will retain the built envelope of the existing outbuilding including foundations, floors, walls and roof. Necessary upgrades will be made to the fabric of the building to make the building suitable for habitation. The proposed use as a two-bedroom dwelling will provide much needed accommodation locally.

The proposed conversion has clearly defined public and private spaces, generous living accommodation and spacious external amenity spaces. The converted building, much like the existing building, will be a modest and low-key structure that will not feature prominently outside of the Site.

A private garden area is proposed to the north and east of the converted building, which will cater for the external amenity space needs of the new residents. New planting is proposed along the southern boundary of the Site, separating the new dwelling from the existing house. Landscaping is also proposed throughout the Site.

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Associate Director – BSC MSC MRTPI

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