So if I send in a notification supported by drawings saying that the extension will go out no more than 16m from the rear wall, and some junior planning officer misses the "1" before the 6m, and says it's permitted development and gives me the OK? - I don't think so.In that case, if they mistakenly grant a LDC, or planning permission, or listed building consent .....
If you read a prior notice determination (yes a determination), it will say that the proposed development, built in accordance with the supplied plans complies with A.4 of Schedule 2 Part 1 Class A of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015.
So they are saying (determining) that the work is PD.
Yes he could. But he would have to go through the Local Government Ombudsman who can't alter the decision, only rule on maladministration.It would be an administartive error, and in those circumstances, the neighbour could rightly demand some compensation for loss of amenity.
I agree with that, and the Ombudsman would give the council a slapped wrist, and maybe some compensation to the agrieved neighbour (though by how much such loss of amenity would reduce the value of his property would doubtless be raised as an issue).Yes he could. But he would have to go through the Local Government Ombudsman who can't alter the decision, only rule on maladministration.
No you wouldn't, you have been given permission! Rightly or wrongly.As for me with my 16m extension, I would also be in no-mans' land because I would have an unlawful extension
It's a pity you didn't build it after you got the approval notice; the council could hardly have come on you at that stage because they stated it would be OK to go ahead.So should i just withdraw the Lawful Development Certificate and just build with my Prior Approval Not Required ? Or if i build now they can take enforcement action.
cannot believe it council is just trying ways to avoid giving the rights of permitted development.
It's called the planning process Would you just let anybody build whatever they wanted whatever it might look like - oh ,yes , sorry I forgot ,you would Tonythey enjoy their little power trips of telling people what they can and can't have - it's called The Public Sector.
I agree it doesn't look good, but people need the space, and children should not be confined to rabbit-hutch housing.It's called the planning process Would you just let anybody build whatever they wanted whatever it might look like - oh ,yes , sorry I forgot ,you would Tony
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