planning permission


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planning permission

(in Britain) formal permission that must be obtained from a local authority before development or a change of use of land or buildings
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But it's surprising the number of projects you might not need planning permission for -- even some more extravagant ones.
In 2015/16, the total number of unimplemented planning permissions in England and Wales was estimated at 365,146, rising to 423,544 in 2016/17.
"Three weeks later they (the council) came out and said that it needed planning permission - after I was originally told that it was a variation of the licence," said John.
Shortly before the company was liquidated in 2013, the website stated: "Neither Towers Property Development Limited nor its agents will take any steps to obtain planning permission for residential development on your plot.
They allowed the planning permission to run out and have only applied when someone complained."
The huge extensions, to numbers 10, 18 and 22, should now be cut down to size if they are to comply with planning permission but already the owner of number 22, Mr K Shiraz, has submitted a further planning application.
Yesterday Mr Jones said he hadn't got planning permission before the Park contacted him last year.
If planning permission is not available at audit, RHI payments will be suspended until planning permission is available.
Mr Jayes succeeded in a High Court challenge to the decision last year and the planning permission was overturned.
Now Calderdale has said Casa's new function suite does not fit the planning permission originally made.
A study commissioned by the LGA found that 475,647 homes were yet to be built across England in the financial year 2014/15 after being given planning permission.
IfF you are looking to build a new house, extend or significantly alter an existing property, chances are you will need to apply to your local authority for planning permission. There are, not infrequently reports of home owners being forced to tear down properties or extensions becuase they did not seek planning permission, So make sure you know what you need to do.
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