Two-storey extensions will be allowed under Permitted Development rights providing prior approval is granted
Planning Hub The Paragraph 79 clause of the National Planning Policy Framework, could be just the ticket to building a home in the countryside. Find out how it works
A London-based architect was ruled to have caused undue delay on the extension project, and apologised for his actions
The Prime Minister admitted the UK has not built enough homes, and will deliver new economic packages to revitalise homebuilding
The long-awaited Permitted Development rights update could be followed by a rollout to all detached properties in England
Projects with an expiring planning permission of before the end of 2020 will be extended until April 2021, the government has said
Many self-builders are unaware that their plot comes with restrictive covenants that limit what or even whether they can build on the land. David Snell explains what to look out for.
Planning Hub Find out when a planning consultant might be worth bringing on board your project. Plus, where to find a good one and how much to expect to pay
Notorious for holding up projects for months and demanding fancy new accommodation, bats need consideration during most projects. Jason Orme explains the process and how to minimise disruption
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