Change of Use
ApprovedFull Planning Permission

Change of Use From a Bank (Class E) to a Bar (Sui Generis)

The client approached Planning By Design regarding a proposed change of use from a bank (Class E) to a real ale house / bar (Sui Generis). The external alterations are signage installations to support the operations of the proposed drinking establishment. The site is located at the heart of the Conservation Area and it comprises a Grade II Listed Building.

Following a planning appraisal, one of our chartered town planners confirmed this is feasible and would require full planning permission to change the use.

One of our chartered architects produced the required architect drawings which the client approved. Following approval of the architect design one of our chartered town planners has prepared the required Planning, Design and Access Statement and Heritage Statement, to justify why the application should be approved. With the clients approval, the architect drawings and Planning, Design and Access Statement and Heritage Statement were submitted with an application for full planning permission.

Planning Permission has now been approved for a change of use from a bank (Class E) to a real ale house / bar (Sui Generis).

Drawings & Planning Documents

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Diane R. Barto

Sales engineer