After a long wait the government have finally announced that temporary PD rights have now been made permanent. This means that subject to neighbour consultation you may be able to extend your property up to 8m subject to meeting the necessary requirements. You can find out more details at The Planning Portal
We have extensive knowledge of Permitted Development Rights, this is particularly important when it comes to converting properties in London into flats as this can impact your CIL charges and improve your profit as a developer. It is also vital knowing what can and can’t be built without applying for planning permission which could have serious repercussions if you intend to build without notifying your local authority. Contact us today for a free quote and we can advise you on Permitted Development rights and planning requirements in relation to your property.