Planning

Can I extend up to 6 metres without planning permission?

By 3rd June 2019 No Comments

Did you know?

You can build a large single storey rear extension without planning permission (Larger Home Extension Scheme).

Under permitted development you can extend up to 8 metres (detached house), or 6 metres (other than a detached house), subject to the condition set out in Class A, Part 1, Schedule 2 of The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015.

This right used to be for a limited time only, however it has now been made available with no time limit.

To take advantage of this, you would need to go through a process known as prior approval notification, which is informing the council that you wish to build a large extension. The council will then notify neighbours of the scheme. If the neighbours comment, the council will take a view whether there is any impact on the amenity of the neighbouring properties.

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