Planning Drawings for House Extensions Detail

It is fairly common to extend a house to create an extra room in order to prevent moving to a new house. The most common additions are enlarging the rear part of the house and sometimes the side of the house. Most houses in the UK have capacity to extend to the rear and every homeowner has a right to extend upto a certain prescribed limit.Depending on the size of the extension, the homeowner may apply for permitted development or Planning permission.

Please call Plan B Architecture today on 0208 4072472 to find out how we can help you with your planning needs for the House Extension.

Extending your house can be a cost effective way to increase the area of your current home as well as its value. We at Plan B Architecture have done numerous house extension drawings and have acquired successful planning permissions for our clients.

As a property owner it is your responsibility to get the relevant permission if you plan to do an extension to your property. Depending upon the area, size and volume of your extension you may require planning permission. Most small extension may come under permitted or lawful development. However, permission is required where your extension exceeds specified limits and conditions. If you live in a flat or maisonette you will most likely require planning permission. Likewise if you live in a conservation area then again it is most likely you will require full planning permission for an extension.

It is absolutely necessary to obtain the required conservation area consent prior to beginning any works.Going ahead without this may result in a fine or imprisonment, or both.
It is important to note that regardless of whether or not your extension requires planning permission or not, you will need to submit scaled architectural drawings of your proposals to your local authority.

Call Plan B Architecture Today On 0208 4072472 For Planning Application Drawings For An Extension.

Last modified on Sunday, 18 February 2018 13:39