Monthly Archives: March 2012

Towersey Memorial Hall

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

We were very pleased to hear this week that planning permission has been granted by South Oxfordshire District Council for a village hall project in Towersey near Thame.

Towersey Memorial Hall has served the local community as a meeting place and venue for social events since the 1920s. The timber framed main hall has two ‘wings’ dating back to the 1960s
that are in a poor state of repair. PCMS has just secured planning permission for the village hall to replace them using the latest modern building methods and materials. One wing will have a new catering-style kitchen and bar area and the other a cloakroom and WCs to include facilities for disabled people.

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Listed Building Consent

Monday, March 12th, 2012

PCMS has recently secured listed building consent for a residential client in Chearsley, Buckinghamshire. Our client approached us with plans for various alterations to the back of their
home, which looks out onto a secluded cottage garden. The house is Grade II listed and therefore any refurbishment or construction works require knowledge of conservation areas and the planning requirements.

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