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Monthly Archives: September 2012

The ultimate Snug Project goes to planning

After several months of positive pre-planning negotiations with the LPA our revised proposal for a 2 bedroom house on a small site in the Winchester Conservation Area has been submitted to planning. This is probably the best Snug Project yet. The house is sat behind a garden wall with only a low bronze copper roof set back […]

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Time for Orbiting the Giant Hairball

Our copy of ‘Orbiting the Giant Hairball’ has arrived. Looking forward to getting stuck in. Will report back soon on which side of the hairball we sit.

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Snug Team Challenge 2012

The Snug Team completed their summer challenge on Friday, kayaking around Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour. The increasingly competitive pace resulted in a time of 2.5 hours and included a tour of the Sandbanks mansions.  Our thanks to the guys at www.thewatersportsacademy.com for a great day out.

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In pursuit of domestic satisfaction

Samuel Johnson is quoted as saying, “No money is better spent than what is laid out in domestic satisfaction”. Couldn’t agree more!

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Snug Projects wins at Appeal

Snug Projects have won their appeal against the refusal by Winchester City Council for a detached 5 bedroom house in Denmead. This is excellent news for our clients and also represents a significant marker in the sand in planning terms. The appeal was on an important matter of policy and potentially sets a powerful precedent […]

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The Pines gets planning permission

Our proposal for a contemporary extension to The Pines in Winchester has received planning permission from Winchester City Council. Well done Simon for a job well done.

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The Finches gets planning permission

We are pleased to announce that the proposal for a contemporary 4 bedroom Eco House in Southampton has received planning permission from Southampton City Council. Well done Mike for a job well done.

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