Renovation of Award-winning ‘Sanctuary Cafe’

We are really pleased to have helped the award-winning Lymm Sanctuary Café obtain planning permission for the refurbishment, part rebuild, and extension of their existing premises. The existing building is part of a 1960’s extension to the Lymm United Reformed Church, and has been in need of upgrading for a number of years. As a… Read more »

Grade II* Listed Mill has Future

Cb3 are delighted that Rochdale Council has granted planning permission for the Grade II listed ‘Crimble Mill’.The iconic, rurally located, former spinning mill on the outskirts of Heywood, Rochdale was constructed circa 1825. Cb3, as part of an extensive project team, which includes Redwater Developments Ltd, CJ Partnership Environmental Architects, Blackett Ord Conservation Engineering, GLD… Read more »

Wedding venue in the Scottish Borders

It’s always nice to see one of our projects in the press. We can now share this very exciting ‘underground’ extension that we are working on, to create a pretty special wedding venue. With the help of Ferguson Planning, permission is now in place. So it’s full steam ahead!. https://www.thesouthernreporter.co.uk/business/wedding-venue-go-ahead-3000574#gsc.tab=0

new family home

We are working closely with Tweed Construction Ltd on a new family home in the Scottish Borders. Planning permission is in place for the new dwelling; whilst we are almost through the Building Warrant process so construction can begin shortly. It is a 3 bedroom family home with: a large open plan kitchen / dining… Read more »

New Clubhouse

Now that the new Clay courts are complete, Peebles Tennis Club are turning their attention to the New Clubhouse. The proposals are now submitted for a Planning Application, which is due for a decision in the coming weeks. In the words of Club Secretary Anne McKinnon: “Peebles Tennis Club currently has a clubhouse which is… Read more »

Planning Fees Increase

  At the end of January ‘Planning Application Fees’ were increased by 20% following parliamentary approval in December 2017.   The Planning Application Fees increase is one element of a series of planning legislation changes which come into effect this year. For more information on the changes expected please click HERE. This links through to… Read more »