Need Planning Loft Conversion by Loft Conversions Portsmouth
When it comes to loft conversions, planning permission is not normally required. You shouldn't need planning permission for your proposed conversion but if you're unsure, or think you might need planning permission, an initial discussion with Loft Conversions Portsmouth should be able to confirm this. Our experts in Portsmouth can give you the lowdown on planning a loft conversion.
Planning Permission For Loft Conversions Portsmouth Loft Conversions
If you live in a Portsmouth listed building, then you can consult your local planning authority to learn more about the process of obtaining a planning permission.
The installation of a loft conversion is a complicated process, which may involve your planning department and certainly require building regulations sign off so ask Loft Conversions Portsmouth for help today. Most loft conversions in the Portsmouth locality can be done without planning permission, but you'll still have to satisfy building regulations.
Cases Without Needing Planning Permission In Portsmouth, Hampshire
It is worth checking with your local authority whether you will need planning permission if you wanted to extend and convert your loft. Loft conversions and porches are some of the things that can be added without needing planning permission.
On many occasions a loft conversion for your house is considered to be permitted development, which means that you will not be requiring an application for planning permission. Solar panels can be added under pd, providing they do not protrude more than 200mm beyond the plane of the wall or roof, and that the highest part of the panel is not higher than the highest part of the roof (excluding the chimney).
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Loft Conversion Rules In Portsmouth
Have you considered appointing a specialist loft conversion company? Loft Conversions Portsmouth offer a one-stop shop for loft conversions their design department will prepare the necessary drawings and obtain the necessary approvals and their construction departments will translate the designs into reality.