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Why planning application must needed in UK?
Planning designation was settled for all pre-existing uses and buildings by the Town and Country Planning Act 1947, which became effective on 1 July 1948. An application for planning permission is required to be made to the local planning authority.
Talking about the several types of planning permission, it largely depends on the local authority but KPCL Architecture focuses on the following consents:
Householder Planning Consent
Deals with alteration or enlargement of single house namely extensions, conservatories, loft conversions, dormer windows, Garages, car ports and outbuildings.
Full Planning Consent:
Visualises on building works, engineering works and so on other than householder improvements such as works related to a flat, change in the number of dwellings, changes from residential to commercial, others outside the garden of any property.
Legal Development Certificate:
Relates to establishment whether:
existing use of lands, or improvements regarding operations, or tasks in breach of planning terms, comply with law.
offered use of buildings or other land, or operations invited under land, enforceable by law.
There are several time limits for Lawful Development Certificate such as:
1. 4 years:
a.) This is for building, engineering, mining or other operations, except planning permission. this growth becomes unsusceptible from implementation factors four years after the operations are significantly completed.
b.) This is for changes in use of building, single dwelling house. Enforcement actions can no longer exist if unauthorized use has practiced for 4years.
2. 10years: This is for all other developments. This 10year period is circulated from the date the breach of planning control was placed.
Prior Notification: Various invitations for developments involving telecommunications, demolition, agriculture or forestry. These are subject to a progression whereby minutiae are alarmed to the local planning authority former to the maturity being placed.
Describing our working strategies, at the very beginning, before undertaking an assignment we weigh up the history and context of the site and its adjacent. We explore about your local planning authority and substantiate what planning applications previous neighbouring properties have proposed, whether it was acknowledged or denied, we still look into it. We also establish where the property is based, if it is under a Preservation Area, a listed building or in a flood risk zone. These features will affect your planning application and additional papers may be required to accompaniment the proposal. However, such impediments will be discussed with clients aptly.
1 Month Ago by KPCL Architecture |Stratford, London|Architectural

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