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  • Permission granted for replacement dwelling in Dorridge

    Feb 01 2017

    We are delighted to confirm that Tyler Parkes have obtained planning permission from Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council for the demolition of an existing bungalow and erection of a two and a half storey, six-bedroom replacement dwelling and outbuilding to the rear on Paddock Drive in Dorridge.

  • Powergen site redevelopment begins

    Jan 27 2017

    Commencement of site clearance, demolition and enabling works shall shortly be underway on the former Powergen site in Shirley. The redevelopment of the site, which has been vacant for over 20 years and has become an increasingly derelict eyesore, shall complete the regeneration and transformation of this part of Shirley.

  • Bromsgrove District Plan Adopted

    Jan 26 2017

    The Bromsgrove District Plan (2011 – 2020) was adopted on 25th January 2017 after the Council modified policies and proposals in line with the Examination Inspector’s recommendations. The Examination process has taken nearly 3 years to complete due to a number of concerns being raised, including in respect of how the Council identified and would meet the objectively assessed housing need for the District.

  • Extension to Solihull’s Local Plan Review Consultation

    Jan 22 2017

    The current consultation on Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council’s Draft Local Plan Review, which was originally set to run for a period of 8 weeks from 5th December 2016 until 30th January 2017, has been extended to the 17th February 2017.

  • Barn to residential approval in Solihull

    Jan 17 2017

    The Tyler Parkes team is delighted to have recently obtained approval from Solihull MBC to convert a simple structural steel framed building in use for agriculture to create an attractive new residential dwelling.

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