Following our first site meeting and full measured survey, we will then produce a full set of preliminary dwgs ready for issue to the client for general comments or feedback in the first instance. Minor amendments to the dwgs can be incorporated at this stage and, once the plans are agreed & approved in writing, the relevant application will then be submitted to the Local Authority.
We would like to carry out a loft conversion to our semi-detached property in Tunbridge Wells but have been told by a friend that we may not need planning permission. Is this correct?
Due to some financial constraints, we may not have the funds available to complete the building works for our two storey side extension immediately but would like to get the drawings produced and (hopefully) planning permission granted; if we do, how long will the planning last?
We want to carry out a single storey rear extension to our property in West Malling to create a larger Kitchen and family space; our builder has advised that we don’t need planning permission but I’m reluctant to proceed without some form of ‘consent’ from the council. Can you please give us your advice?