Eight dwellings and a Bowls Clubhouse

Our client successfully revitalized an aging Bowls Club by rebuilding their clubhouse, improving the indoor bowl rink, and developing surplus land for retirement dwellings, ensuring a seamless and timely execution of both projects.


Court Developments Ltd


The Bowls club was struggling with an aging clubhouse which was no longer fit for purpose. They also had a redundant bowls green which was surplus to requirements. Planning Permission had been granted previously to develop the site for housing but was overturned via Judicial Review. It was not looking to be an enticing prospect.


Our client was able to form an agreement with the Bowls Club to re-build their clubhouse and make improvements to their indoor bowl rink, in return for developing the redundant bowls green with some new dwellings (ideal for those approaching retirement). Planning Permission was granted for a mews type development which allowed the frontage to remain undeveloped to retain the open feel of the site.


We were able to assist from start to finish, with Planning drawings, Building Regulations and Construction packages for both the Bowls Club and housing development. Allowing the scheme to be built out in a timely fashion with minimal delays. As we were involved with both sites it was ensured that there were no gaps in remit and both schemes could be delivered coherently.

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Pump House Designs were able to provide the following services:
Submission of Planning Application
Submission of Details to deal with Planning Conditions
Building Regulation drawings & construction notes
Setting out drawings
Mechanical & Electrical drawings
Services drawings (UKPN/SGN)
Land Registry compliant transfer plans
Liaison with external consultants (Structural engineer, civil engineer & energy consultant) to tie everything together

CGI’s by Dorothy Sulzmann