If you are proposing a build and do not know whether you need planning permission, Kingsley Smith Solicitors may be able to help you. We have the necessary skills and experience dealing with the general permitted development order and permitted development rights to guide you through the process without having to deal with your local Council - who are often unsure when permission is required.
Councils will often seek either an application for planning permission or a lawful certificate of permitted development when in actual fact you may need no permission at all based on the general permitted development order. The council may threaten enforcement action, but they do not have sufficient power to do so. This is where our expertise in the general permitted development order and permitted development rights can save you time, money and stress.
If you wish to carry out a development and have looked at the General Permitted Development Rights, you might find it difficult to follow without prior planning knowledge or understanding of the intricacies of how the general permitted development order works. Kingsley Smith Solicitors have a good knowledge of permitted development rights, and can review the General Permitted Development Order to advise you of your rights and how you can comply.
Can We Help You with Permitted Development?
If you would like our advice on a permitted development case, or if you would like to know your permitted development rights or submit a case for permitted development rights extensions, please call us on 01634 811 118, complete our online enquiry form, or email our planning law expert Nicholas Kingsley-Smith.
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