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PD work before starting PP work

Discussion in 'Building Regulations and Planning Permission' started by cooperatkippax, 8 May 2014.

  1. cooperatkippax

    cooperatkippax

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    Hi all, recently got pp to build in the rear garden space of my house but LA has revoked pd rights on original house and proposed house in pp decision notice. I wanted to pave the front garden and build a porch to the original house and have been advised the planning conditions only come into play once I start the new build, I was told to do the PD work first, then start the new build....is this correct?
     
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    Yes but the PD works must be complete before you start the approved works. Also check what has been revoked. Planners often remove parts A and B but not others. So you may still be able to add a porch or paving.
     
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    They removed A-F, appealing against conditions but as a back-up plan...
     
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    Good luck, don't let them charge for pp where they removed pd and would have been allowed.
     
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    rjm2k makes a helpful point: if in future you want to do any work that is PD to a person who still has the rights, but you must make a planning application, then they cannot charge you for it..

    If I ever found myself in that situation, I think I'd make one planning application per week, just to clog up the system and be annoying
     
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