Permitted Development Rights
Property development requires either planning permission or permitted development rights. What does this mean? If you don’t require planning permission, you would be using your permitted development rights, which can be granted to most householders.
For example, every 9 out of 10 houses in England and Wales have permitted development rights attached to them, which allow a household to add up to 75% additional space and 30% in value, even without any planning permission.
In cases when you don’t need planning permission, we can apply on your behalf for a lawful development certificate that would officially confirm that you don’t need a planning permission. This document will be required if you decided to sell your house in the future. If you develop your property under the permitted development rights, you will have more of a free reign.
If the development has already been made without obtaining any documents in advance, we recommend to apply for a lawful development certificate, which, if issued, will confirm the lawful consent of the construction works.
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