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    Permitted Development for Extensions

    We are presently allowed to add 6m extensions to semi detached/ terraced family dwellings and 8m too detached

    This started in 2013 and ends in 2016

    Is this likely to be extended beyond 2016? What's everyones take on it?

    I have PD for a 6m extension. My council told me they will take enforcement action on the extension if its not completed by that date

    A rather harsh and direct i thought - so i thought i'd put this out there and warn anyone who is thinking of doing the same or already has permission

    #2
    Ask the council to show you the legislation they will use regarding enforcement of this extension.



    Freedom at the point of zero............

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      #3
      The Statutory Instrument that set out the new procedure included the obligation.

      The development shall be completed on or before 30th May 2016.

      What legislation actually allows an enforcement notice to be served if the extension is not fully completed by that date, is likely to be the subject of some rather interesting appeals.

      Best not to risk not completing by the given date!

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        #4
        Hi guys, I want to do a 6m extensions on my semi detached house. But the problem is my land is o the hill and the house is on the top, so from the rear of the house to the ground the house is 1 meter higher.
        I asked my architect to applied for Permitted Development 6 meters Extensions and he told me I can't apply, the reason is the Maximo high for the extension is 3 meters so because the house is higher, the extension will be 3.6 meters high.
        can anyone adivise what do I need to do.

        Regards
        Paulo

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          #5
          Apply for planning permission?



          Freedom at the point of zero............

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