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    Hello

    My friend who is owner of one semi-detached house like to built an extension to the house and then to let the extension as studio flat. The extension would be single room with seperate kitchen and bathroom. Will it possible to let the extension as seperate studio falt/house. Please advise

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    Riteshprk

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    Originally posted by riteshprk View Post
    Hello

    My friend who is owner of one semi-detached house like to built an extension to the house and then to let the extension as studio flat. The extension would be single room with seperate kitchen and bathroom. Will it possible to let the extension as seperate studio falt/house. Please advise

    Regards
    Riteshprk
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    • #3
      Are you asking that it be registered as a separate unit? E.Q. Your address is 12 Glendale. The studio's address is 12 A. And, therefore, there will be a separate council tax banding for the studio?
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      • #4
        No , I do not want to registered as seperate unit. I would like to include in example: 12, Glendale. No seperate address. And then to let the unit to third person is it possible?

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        • #5
          Yes it's perfectly possible.

          Can't comment about planning permission to be obtained in the first place. Have you gone through that process yet?

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          • #6
            No, I don't have any idea about planning permission ? Is it necessary ? How to obtain planning permission. Is it the part of legal process? Please let me know in detail.

            Thanks
            RITESHPRK

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            • #7
              Well, the very first thing you need to do is contact your local authority planning department and their building regulations department.

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