Though conservatory makeovers generally will have no requirement for planning permission within their specific scope of works, planning permission may be ‘par for the course’ in certain instances of large projects or specialist projects. Average conservatories are more likely not to be requiring Planning permission if kept inside the parameters to local council guidance and built as a non-permanent structure.
Irrespective of the size or type of construction of conservatory that you seek, we can help with Planning consent and building control if there are any Building Regulations to adhere to (LABC). The image above displays a very useful booklet available online that is a greta point of reference.
Be mindful that Planning Permission can take 9 to 12 weeks on average after full submission, and the process does incur additional fees and expenses as drawings have to effected after survey and local government have a set fee structure. As with all great ideas that turn into a reality, this time in local government gives maximum time to preparation and planning of your project in way of finishing touches and landscaping if required. So no time is wasted, just used to your advantage.
For any further advise or guidance please do not hesitate to contact us by email or telephone and secure an appointment to talk through your concept or project.