PDR - GARAGE CONVERSIONS
Planning permission is not usually required, providing the work is internal and does not involve enlarging the building.
Occasionally permitted development rights have been removed from properties with regard to garage conversions and therefore you should contact your local planning authority before proceeding, particularly if you live on a new housing development or in a conservation area. Where work is proposed to a listed building, listed building consent may be required.
The above details are a guide only and are not exhaustive. Every property is unique and your home could have restrictions on it’s permitted development rights. Holland and Green recommend all of our clients obtain a Certificate of Lawful Development before undertaking any building work. A Certificate of Lawful Development is a legally binding document from your Local Council confirming that the work you are undertaking falls within permitted development allowances.
PERMITTED DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS REPORT:
No Matter where you live in the UK Holland and Green are able to establish your permitted development rights and will be able to compile a bespoke Permitted Development report on your home detailing exactly what your Permitted Development Rights are and showing you how much space you can add to your home.
Holland and Green can take no responsibility for any works that are undertaken without our consultation.