Planning Permissions And Building Regulations

What do planning permissions allow you to do?

Planning permission allows you to build on or make a major change to your property whilst still complying with the law. If the changes proposed to your property need planning permission and you go ahead without having the planning permission in place then you may get an enforcement notice ordering you to undo all the changes that you have made to your property. This means you will have to foot the bill for returning the property to its original state as well as all the costs you'd incurred making the changes. Thus, not a smart move.

 

What are building regulations?

What are building regulations?Building regulations set minimum standards for the design and construction of building to ensure health and safety for people both inside and around a building. The regulations are there to make sure that a building is safe for someone to live in.

What is the differance between planning permissions and building regulations?

Planning permissions decide whether you are allowed to go ahead with something that you want to build. Building regulations they set the standards for the building, for example the health and safety of the building and whether it wouldbe habitablefor occupantsand visitors.< /p> < p>  

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Published on 27 April 2016

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