Under Permitted Development rights you can extend by up to two additional storeys, but this requires significant structural planning
Two-storey extensions will be allowed under Permitted Development rights providing prior approval is granted
The Paragraph 79 clause of the National Planning Policy Framework, and its previous guises of PPS7 and PPG7, allows new homes to be built in the countryside, including in the green belt. We explain how it works
The government’s new white paper on planning reforms has been praised for its pledges to help more people self build their own homes
The government’s radical planning reforms begin this week, which will grant automatic permission for new homes to be built in England
A London-based architect was ruled to have caused undue delay on the extension project, and apologised for his actions
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