Loft Planning Permission by Loft Conversions Crawley
If you stick to the regulations set out, you will not need loft conversion planning permission. We can tell you how to work out if you will need to get planning permission, what building regulations to think about, and any other permissions you may need in place before you get moving.
Cases Without Planning Permission In Crawley, West Sussex
Whatever your circumstances we advise you to contact your local planning authority for guidance on local policy before starting any work.
If you want to make your loft space more accessible by installing a staircase or by boarding it out and lining the walls, more extensive work is likely to be required and the building regulations are likely to apply. Part K of the building regulations is concerned with measures to prevent, falling, collisions and impact and is usually relevant when carrying out a loft conversion.
Need Planning Permission In Crawley
Loft Conversions Crawley know that in almost every case concerning a residential property, you will need loft conversion planning permission. Provided they don't measure more than 3m², lofts can be added without needing planning permission.
It's best to always check with your local planning authority to ensure you do not require planning permission, as in some cases pd rights may have been removed.
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