Certain types of project don’t require planning permission as they qualify under what is called “permitted development rights”.
Permitted development rights cover building operations, extensions, demolition and certain changes of use, not only for residential properties but educational, agricultural and commercial too.
Permitted development rights can simplify the planning process and avoid certain policy constraints, which would otherwise deem a proposal unacceptable in planning terms.
By consulting us, we can help you gain a clearer understanding on what your permitted development rights may be, what is likely to be accepted under permitted development, or submit a case for permitted development to the Council on your behalf where such prior approval certificate is required.
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