Planning permission for conservatory
Asked on Jun 18 2013,
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You can find out the obligations for applying for planning permission by visiting the government's Planning Portal and looking at the criteria. I have added a link to the bottom of this question.
For a conservatory though, it is generally considered to be what is known as permitted development, which means that as long as you stick to the conditions outlined by the government, you will not need to actually apply for planning permission.
These rules can be seen on the link below, but they include things like not having an extension that is taller than the original house or one which covers more than half of the surface area of the original surroundings (i.e. the garden).
Web reference: http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/permission/commonproject...
Answered on Jun 24 2013,
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