Can a look at this clever and simple to use 'interactive guide' about 'permitted planning rights': www.planningportal.gov.uk/permission/house

Although you may not need planning permission, you can still apply for a 'certificate of lawfulness' (in most cases) which is a legal document confirming what you are proposing to do is permitted and of course, building regulations will still need to be complied with in most cases too.

Give me a call on 01395 266 666 so that we can discuss your ideas.

DEAN.



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