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Planning permission can be a real headache, but there’s no need to worry with A&B Asset by your side. Seeking planning permission for a conservatory build isn’t always necessary but, should you need to, A&B Asset will arrange everything for you whilst working closely with your local authority to ensure all legislation is carefully followed.
Should this be the case, we will enlist a highly trained architect to visit your home and gather all the measurements and other details required by the council. Detailed drawings will then be draw-up and submitted to your local council for approval. You will also receive full copies of all the drawings and designs for the proposed structure and you will be kept up to date throughout the entire process. Most planning applications are decided within 8 – 13 weeks.
Most conservatories don’t require planning permission as they fall within ‘Permitted Development’ rules, which automatically grant planning permission. As long as the following rules are adhered to, you may not need to apply for planning permission:
Getting your head around planning permission for conservatories can be a real nightmare, but with an A&B installation all there is to do is look forward to spending time in your new living space with your friends and family!
Your detailed home inspection report from A&B will decide whether your conservatory is exempt from building regulations. If any of the following points apply, building regulations may be required:
As you can see, at A&B peace of mind comes naturally. With nothing to fear, what are you waiting for?! Contact us today and begin the conservatory installation of your dreams.
If you fail to gain the correct planning permissions, you could face serious enforcement action; including considerable fines, modifications, and (in extreme cases) demolition enforcement.
There is such a thing as ‘retrospective planning permission’, allowing you to apply for planning permission after the works have started which is then considered by your local authority. However, this can be particularly risky, so it’s best to use an experienced double-glazing installer (like us!) who can take care of everything for you.