Paragraph 80 (formally Paragraph 79 or 55) is a provision in the UK’s National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) that allows for the development of new dwellings in the countryside, under special circumstances. It is also known as the “country house… Read More »How do I obtain consent for a country house using Paragraph 80?
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A basement extension can create new rooms with unique qualities. From an architectural perspective, subterranean spaces may not be perfect for a kitchen or dining room due to reduced natural light and views. Basements can, however, work very well for… Read More »ASK ARCHITECT: Is a basement extension right for my property?
Planning permission may not be required in some instances, for example when extending an existing basement or cellar in a house that benefits from permitted development rights. In most other situations, however, you will need planning permission for a basement… Read More »Achieving Planning Permission For A Basement
There are two major changes in the General Permitted Development Order (GPDO), which came into effect in August 2020. Several new Permitted Development Rights for rooftop extensions and new dwellings have been introduced. These new rights make it easier for… Read More »ASK ARCHITECT: What are the Permitted Development Rights (PDR) ?