Replacement dwelling planning permission
Advice for replacement dwelling planning permission.
One of the largest barriers to building a home in the United Kingdom is the availability of space. Much of the country is restricted due to designations such as Green Belt, areas of outstanding natural beauty or various other constraints. The amount of space free for development is limited – and for many people the costs of new land is often prohibitive as a result.
Replacement dwelling planning permission is a way around this. By demolishing an older or poor-state building in a good area, a prospective owner can redevelop on the site in a way which will overcome many of the planning considerations and requirements which limit the development potential of greenfield sites.
Our support makes the difference
While this is a logical and practical solution that offers many benefits to individuals or developers looking to build one off houses, the process still has its complexities which benefits from expert support such as that provided by Bell Cornwell professionals.
While the principle of development may be easier to establish when considering replacement dwelling planning permission, the fact remains that approval of the project will still involve your local planning authority, be it through a district council, national park, city council or unitary authority.
Navigating this process by yourself can be costly, involving much time and cost. Mistakes can be made that can delay your building project and causing knock-on effects that will increase the overall cost of the build. By seeking our support, you can reduce the risks, costs and time of securing planning permission.
Contact us today
The Bell Cornwell team is here and ready to support you in your replacement dwelling planning permission needs. Call us today on 01256 766673 or email the team on email@example.com