Permitted development B1 to C3

Expert support for your planned permitted B1 to C3 development

Since 2015, the law has changed in the United Kingdom to encourage the conversion of offices (B1a use class) into residential dwellings (C3 use class). While this legislative change was introduced by the Government to stimulate the housing market and benefit property owners and developers, the fact remains there is still nuance and complexity to the regulations which govern such changes. It is important therefore to know how to navigate the process and to avoid its pitfalls.

Bell Cornwell provides clear and realistic advice to help make the process easier for our clients. We have years of knowledge and experience in helping clients to navigate permitted B1 to C3 development projects and this has proven its worth time and time again, helping property owners and investors to more easily and cost effectively undertake their projects.

Years of support, years of results

Our team helps our clients remain compliant to the letter and spirit of the law and regulations relating to permitted development from B1a to C3. Whilst the changes to the law made in 2015 have made the process easier for developers, there are still areas of law to consider. A number of parts of your project, such as those that impact highways and traffic, will still need local authority approval and involvement.

This is where our support proves its value. Instead of figuring out this issue yourself, turn to our experts for quick and comprehensive support and guidance on what you need to do in order to benefit from the regulations.

Contact Bell Cornwell today

We are available to provide the support you need and await your call. Call us on 01256 766673 or email today.

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