Crazy planning permission

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A friend has recently purchased a 1920's house with 'full planning permission' to add a single story rear extension. Plenty of detail for steel work, footings, part P etc. The plans show removing the walls in yellow and adding the walls in green making a large (6x8.5m) kitchen/diner and adding a shower room in the existing extension.

There is no mention at all about drain/soil arrangements.

Included in the purchase were all the original planning application, consent and completion for converting the bedroom above kitchen to bathroom in 1983 including gully drains and soil stack details and testing (there were leakage problem which had to be fixed) and the existing single story extension in 1985 with 2 new adjacent gullies. None of the new drainage work is brown except the elbow at the bottom of the soilstack and the channel bend.

The Gully in blue and the toilet cistern (with flush handle on the outside of the wall) initially confused all of us.

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What did the local authority search reveal? Copies of “planning permissions” that come via the seller may not be all they seem.

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