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  • Planning rules for canopies - help please
    vmart
    We want to install a patio canopy above a patio door leading to our garden. We have been looking at different options including verandas. To clarify the structure will only have a roof (glass as we believe polycarbonate roofs create too much noise when it rains) and posts to support it. We've discarded...
    17-10-2019, 12:17 PM
  • Reply to Planning rules for canopies - help please
    pilman
    You have already answered your own question by acknowledging that there is no permitted development rights for a flat.

    That means all development needs to be granted planning permission by the local planning authority.

    The only concession is that a householder application costs...
    17-10-2019, 12:32 PM
  • Planning application not decided for 4 years
    lucylee
    I have a planning application which has been sitting undecided for 4+ years which I believed has been approved.

    I've done some of the development as I was lead to believe planning was authorised as additional information was requested at the time and supplied.
    I had nothing to request...
    15-10-2019, 20:12 PM
  • Reply to Planning application not decided for 4 years
    pilman
    When the application had not been decided within the 8 week period allowed for after an application has been verified by the local planning authority, the applicant can appeal to the Planning Inspectorate to have the matter decided on appeal against non determination of the application.
    That is...
    17-10-2019, 12:25 PM
  • Adverse possession
    michael8626
    Hi

    If somebody was occupying land in adverse possession for a period of say 2005 to 2015 but never made a claim and then the land owner used the land for some time in 2016, then the original person in AP occupied from 2017 to date could they still claim AP with the Land Registry?
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    11-10-2019, 13:38 PM
  • Reply to Adverse possession
    Jon66
    There are transitional rules, it's in a practice direction. The dates are v important. Just google it....
    14-10-2019, 02:02 AM
  • Reply to Adverse possession
    michael8626
    Also Jon, I think I might have my dates wrong and this relates to just before this act was passed, so I might be under the old AP rules, did they differ much under the new system?...
    13-10-2019, 23:20 PM
  • Reply to Adverse possession
    michael8626
    That’s great Jon, thanks. I will have a read. Am I right in thinking the law changed regarding AP around 2002/2003 or was that just for unregistered land?...
    13-10-2019, 23:12 PM
  • Reply to Adverse possession
    Jon66
    Perhaps your solicitor should respond to the other side drawing their attention to the additional requirements the applicant will have to fulfil under the LRA 2002 Schedule 6 paragraph 5, because any application under para 1 will be vigorously defended as neither do they fulfil that criteria either....
    13-10-2019, 21:40 PM
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    michael8626
    Yes, I think that’s where we are at. Bring the situation to a head or hopefully to a close....
    13-10-2019, 21:22 PM
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