Work that needs planning permission
Permitted development right conditions (PDR) are often attached to the planning consents that we grant. Some of these conditions remove permitted development rights - go to our list of permitted development right conditions.
You should also check the planning history of a property for a full list of conditions that remove permitted development rights on sites. Planning permission may have been granted for a property but this does not guarantee it has been implemented. A subsequent planning permission or alteration to the property may affect the permitted development rights.
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Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning General Permitted Development Order 1995, or any subsequent Act re-enacting or revoking that Order, no extensions whatsoever shall be erected to the dwelling hereby approved.
Notwithstanding the Provisions of the Town and Country Planning General Permitted Development Order 1995, or any subsequent Act re-enacting or revoking that Order no outbuildings shall be erected within the curtilage of the dwelling hereby permitted
The rear facing windows shall be fitted with obscure glazing and where they are below 1.7m in height above the finished floor level of the building shall be permanently fixed shut and shall thereafter be retained and maintained as such.
Notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995, or any order revoking or renewing those provisions, no additional windows shall be inserted anywhere within the dwelling, including the roof.