Loft Conversion Permitted Build by Loft Conversions Hampshire
Permitted development rights may be available for works that go beyond repair, maintenance, and very minor works. In 2008 permitted development rights were reviewed which meant that Loft Conversions Hampshire could often add a loft conversion without having to get planning permission.
Permitted Development Loft Conversion In Hampshire, United Kingdom
Adding a loft conversion to a house is often considered to be permitted development, not requiring an application for planning permission, provided these limits and conditions are met.
Permission is required when you adapt the roof space of your home and it exceeds specified limits and conditions.
Local Planning Authority In Hampshire
If you live in a listed building in the Hampshire area, you will need listed building consent for any significant works whether internal or external. Local policy and interpretation of the rules covering changing windows in loft conversions varies from council to council and you are advised to contact your local planning authority for advice before starting work.
Although permitted development rules might appear long, arduous and complex, they can mean that a full planning application is not required.
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Loft Conversions Hampshire Follow Permitted Development Rights
As planning and design specialists we have had an array of projects maximising their space under permitted development rights.