Planning Application process continued

You will have one year to submit a revised application after being invited to inquire about the changes you can make to undo the application’s rejection. You can, however, appeal the council’s decision by getting in touch with the Planning Inspectorate if you decide not to submit a revised application. When should an appeal be… Continue reading Planning Application process continued

Planning application types.

The most common planning application types used are “Full”, “Outline” and “Householder”, followed by . A “Full” planning application is the most common application type and is supported by fully detailed drawings and technical reports. It can be used for a range of development proposals including changesof use, extensions to existing buildings, or to propose… Continue reading Planning application types.

Planning Permission or Permitted Development

It is not always necessary to seek planning permission or building regulations approval for all improvements you plan to make. Development allowed without planning permission are defined by the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015. Asking your council’s planning service if your project will require planning permission is a good idea… Continue reading Planning Permission or Permitted Development