How To Get Planning Permission For A New Build House

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Getting planning permission for your new house is a key part of building or refurbishing the property. Planning permission is an inescapable reality of the process when it comes to expanding your house, building an office, or building a house from scratch. Understanding how the planning process works before you apply will help you better understand the procedure. As well as changes to keep on top of, there are different types of applications available, all of which have different caveats, costs and details required, so it is crucial to know which application would best suit your project.

Here is what you need to know more about planning permission for a new build.

Planning Permission for Ground Up Development

Planning permission refers to consent from your local authority for a proposed building. It’s usually required when building a new house or making extensive changes to an existing one.

Decisions on whether to grant planning permission are made in line with national guidance and the local planning policies set out by the local authority.

Types of Planning Permission

That you’ve gained planning authorization for a new build house doesn’t necessarily mean you’re ready to build. This depends entirely on the type of planning permission that you have requested and been given.

There are two main types of planning permission for a new build.

Outline Planning Permission

We will start with outline planning permission. This is like sticking your toe in the water to see if you stand any chance of getting planning permission for your new build house or not. You can submit this type of application as a test to verify if it’s worth it to follow detailed planning permission.

Detailed Planning Permission

The detailed permission gives you the green light to start working. It allows you to build exactly what is on the plans and make your dream of building your own home a reality.

When putting together this type of plan, your architect’s designs must be faultless, taking into consideration everything mentioned above – from your planning authority’s restrictions to your desired results. With the right architect and the right designs, you’re on your way to achieving planning permission for a new build.

Timeframe to getting Planning Permission

You should find out whether your request has been approved after eight weeks — although more complex schemes can take longer.

Practically, if you have more than one application (following revisions or changes to the design), you should consider setting aside 18 months for the process.

All in all, many people will appoint a planning consultant before they even buy the land to work out the potential of a development. This pre-application advice could save you thousands of pounds on buying a project that turns out to be unfeasible. So, whether you are extending, renovating, or building a new home, their help could be crucial.

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