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William Cartwright, Member of the

Royal Town Planning Institute

H P D

Heritage l Planning l Design

Projects

Below is a selection of work completed for clients’ including householders, businesses, housing developers and housing associations.



Planning Appeal


Proposal: Outline planning permission for the construction of up to 70 dwellings


Location: Bradford, West Yorkshire


HPD led the design team in preparing the planning application and subsequent appeal that was allowed, granting planning permission for up to 70 dwellings, on land allocated as ‘urban greenspace’. This was the first successful appeal of its kind in the Bradford District and substantially increased the value of the site.



Supporting Statement


Proposal: Planning permission for 4 detached dwellings


Address: Land off Skipton Road, Kildwick, Craven


HPD provided a supporting Design Access and Heritage Statement and worked with the architect to achieve planning permission for 4 exclusive dwellings within Kildwick Conservation Area and outside of 'development limits' on a site with a long and complex planning history.  HPD also represented the client at Planning Committee who voted to approve the development unanimously.



Heritage Statement


Proposal: Construction of 11 dwellings


Address: Shipley Fire Station, Saltaire, West Yorkshire


HPD worked with the design team and provided a Heritage Statement to support the demolition of Shipley Fire Station and the construction of 11 new dwellings on the edge of Saltaire Conservation Area and World Heritage Site. The application was approved first-time.



Heritage Statement


Proposal: Planning permission for a special needs education building


Location: Saltaire, Shipley, West Yorkshire


HPD worked with the architect and client to achieve planning permission for a new and contemporary building within Saltaire Conservation Area and adjacent to Saltaire World Heritage Site and numerous listed buildings. The application was approved first-time.  



Planning Appeal


Proposal: Outline planning permission for the construction of six dwellings


Location: Bradford, West Yorkshire


HPD prepared the appeal which was allowed, overturning the decision of the local planning authority and granting outline planning permission for six dwellings. The site is allocated by the development plan for employment purposes and the successful outcome significantly increased the sites value.



Planning Statement


Proposal: Outline planning permission for 10 dwellings


Location: Bradford, West Yorkshire


HPD worked with the client and architect to obtain outline planning permission first-time and within eight weeks. The land is allocated by the development plan for employment purposes and the successful outcome significantly increased the value of the site.



Heritage Statement


Proposal: Construction of 32 dwelling houses


Location: Bradford, West Yorkshire


HPD worked with the architect and client to firstly secure conservation area consent for demolition and then to secure planning permission for the construction of 32 new dwellings.



Supporting Statement & Architectural Plans


Proposal: Listed building consent for replacement windows (grade II*)


Location: Bradford, West Yorkshire


HPD worked with the client and a joiner to survey the existing windows and prepare an application which included both the replacement and repair of windows. The application was approved first-time and within 8 weeks.



Architectural Plans & Specification


Proposal: Planning and listed building consent for new railings


Location: Saltaire, Shipley


An example of some detailed plans and specifications, as required to support applications for work to listed buildings in the Saltaire World Heritage Site.  In addition, HPD also wrote a supporting design, access and heritage statement, submitted the application and worked with the local planning authority to ensure both applications were approved within eight weeks.



Above: Sash windows reinstated at a listed building in Bradford