DLP Planning Ltd working with Martindales Architects has secured planning permission for a new office building incorporating ancillary industrial units and associated signage in the South Cambridgeshire countryside.
The site, which is previously developed land, is of strategic importance to the business model of our client and plays a key role in the strategic operations of the company and the growth and expansion of the business.
The proposal would provide a new permanent office building with client meeting facilities together with ancillary industrial units for mixed use B1a, B1c & B8.
A Business Case Statement prepared by the Applicant was submitted with the application to demonstrate the growing number of project commitments that our client has in the Cambridgeshire area, and the important role that the site plays in supporting the growth of the company.
DLP Planning Ltd successfully demonstrated that the proposal would make efficient use of a previously developed site, and would support the local economy through providing employment and the expansion and growth of a local business with strong links and connections to the area.
The Council agreed that the clear economic benefits to the local economy weighed in favour of the application, and found no other undue harm or constraints that would prevent development on the site.