Elmbridge Planning & Conservation Areas

Conservation areas are sites of historical or architectural importance. Building and redevelopment can be a more complex process due to more planning regulations and constraints applying within such areas. However our highly trained staff have the expertise to address more challenging planning and design issues. We achieve the aims of our clients both on an aesthetic and functional level whilst adhering to regulations set out by the local planning authority.

Elmbridge conservation areas:

Brooklands, Monument Green, Claygate Village, Stoke D’Abernon, Cobham, Thames Ditton, Cobham, Plough Corner, The Tilt, Downside, Walton Bridge/Church St, Esher, Walton Riverside, Foley Estate, West End, Giggs Hill Green, Weston Green, Hersham, Wey Navigation, Long Ditton, Weybridge, Molesey Bridge Road, Whiteley Village, Molesey, Kent Town, Molesey Old Village

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Planning in Elmbridge

Between the 2001 and the 2011 Census the population of Elmbridge rose by 7.3 per cent. In total in 2001 there were 121 936 residents whereas in 2011 there were 130 875. The number of households in 2001 were 50 621 unsurprisingly, with the population increase, this rose to 52 922 in 2011. With the rise in population and number of households plus the current shortage of housing within the South East, Get Planning and Architecture is expert in both extensions and new builds. If you are planning an extension or new build we will guide you expertly through the entire process from start to finish.

Main locations include: Long Ditton, Thames Ditton, Hinchley Wood, Claygate, Weston Green, Molesey (East Molesey), Esher including West End, Oxshott, Hersham including Burwood Park, Molesey (West Molesey), Walton on Thames including Fieldcommon and Ashley Park, Cobham including Fairmile and the hamlets of Hatchford and Downside, Stoke D’Abernon and Weybridge.

Elmbridge Planning Applications & Appeals

There are approximately 50 Planning Applications per week made to the Elmbridge’s local planning authority to develop properties including conversions and extensions. Out of those roughly 5 planning applications are refused. If a planning application is refused a planning appeal can be resubmitted to the local planning authority. Get Planning and Architecture is expert in supporting our clients with all aspects of planning and architecture and have had a high level of success winning planning appeals.

Elmbridge News

Get Planning and Architecture team stay up to date with building and development news in the UK. This is so that our planners and architects have an understanding of the needs of both the location and those that reside there.

Construction work finished in 2014 on the new community hub in Cobham. Shanly Homes constructed the building which includes a new library, children’s nursery and community facilities. Now that this building is completed, land adjoining the site will also be developed with 13 three and four bedroom family houses designed to reflect the design of current homes located there. Existing links to the high street will remain with improvements made to Cedar Road. It is an exciting project that will not only provide a boost to the local economy but create thriving community areas, leisure facilities and supply the area with much needed high quality housing.

In other news, the construction of 20 new homes at Molesy Football Club is underway, having gained planning permission in 2012 and started construction in 2014. It is hoped that the money generated from the new homes will secure the future of the football club.

Elmbridge Contact Information

Elmbridge – Local Planning Authority

Elmbridge Borough Council
Civic Centre
High Street
Surrey KT10 9SD

For more information, visit www.elmbridge.gov.uk

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