Permitted Development rights grant homeowners the option to extend without full planning permission. Find out if your project falls into this category with our comprehensive guide
Do I need planning permission? Not always. These 25 home improvements can, in certain circumstances, be completed without gaining planning consent
Planning permission is a tough, but necessary part of most builds. In our complete guide, we explore everything you need to know
Planning Hub What is retrospective planning and why might you need it? Planning consultant Simon Rix explains all
Building under Paragraph 79, sometimes called the Countryside Clause, is notoriously tricky, but these projects passed planning, each resulting in an amazing rural home
The Planning Hub is a new resource from Homebuilding & Renovating to help you get planning permission for your project
Planning Hub How to find a self build plot in a rural area that will pass planning becomes easier if you know what's important under national and local policy. And sustainable development is right up there
Planning Hub Once the initial despair of planning permission refusal has subsided, should you alter your design or launch a planning appeal?
Planning Hub Planning rules for a two storey extension are important to know. From size rules to choosing the right application to submit, our guide covers all you need to know
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