Graham Anthony Associates
Founded in 1974 by Graham Salisbury, the practice set out from offices in Bridge Street, Garstang before moving to our current offices to 2 Croston Villas on the High Street in the town centre of Garstang.
The practice has experience in all disciplines displayed on this website which include: Housing, Leisure, Commercial, Domestic Extensions, Conservation and Listed Buildings.
The practice takes particular pride not only in the quality of design and solutions but also gaining the all important results of a planning approval, which without this there is no scheme to begin with. We pay acute attention in pursuing applications we feel are worthy of support and have enjoyed high success rates with schemes being approved across the country.
Graham Anthony Associates,
2 Croston Villa,
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GAA use their latest three ‘3D’ software package to assist the case and gain approval from Sefton Council on 29th July 2015
for a new Lifeboat Station off Marine Drive Southport for Southport Offshore Rescue Team
GAA win appeal at Catterall Lane for conversion of agricultural building to form two new dwellings.
GAA successfully appealed to The Planning Inspectorate against the decision of Wyre Council who had
previously refused planning permission. In the decision notice Government Inspector Alison Partington
granted planning approval subject to conditions. Wyre Council had refused the application stating reasons
that the site was unsustainable, however the Inspector agreed with the case made by GAA stating ‘I am satisfied
that the site can be considered to be accessible’. The appellant Mr B Howard was delighted with the final outcome.
8th October, Preston City Councils planning committee grant planning approval for 7 holiday chalets, associated amenities
building and access in the Forest of Bowland AONB, at Eccles Moss, Inglewhite for Mr & Mrs R Hayton. GAA successfully made the
case against strong local opposition that planning approval should be granted as the scheme satisfied all requirements as set out
in the Forest of Bowland Sustainable Tourism Strategy.
24th August, Lancaster City Councils planning committee grant planning approval for up to 20 new homes on land off Bowerham
Road Lancaster. GAA successful made the case to committee that despite the site being identified as a defined native improvement
area, on balance the Council's current shortfall in their housing supply coupled with the enhancement of the residual land
outweighed any grounds for refusal. Approving the site 10 votes in favour with 1 abstention.