Permitted Development Drawings

All works to a property that are considered development require planning permission. However, some development is permitted without the requirement to submit a formal planning application

This means that you are able to make certain changes to your house without needing to apply for planning permission. These are your "permitted development rights" and are universal across all local authorities as they derive from a general planning permission granted by the government.

The limits to which alterations to a property can be made have several governing factors and can be discussed at feasibility stage. Find out more.

Our Services

1 RICS Home Surveys
2 Planning Applications
3 Building Regulation Drawings
4 Permitted Development
5 Party Wall etc. Act 1996
6 Project Management