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Restricted permitted development rights?

Discussion in 'Building Regulations and Planning Permission' started by Sona, 4 Apr 2021.

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  1. Sona

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    Hi Guys

    Is there anything like Restricted permitted development rights on mid-80s build houses? my postcode is en2 7ep (Enfield council) and I own a freehold mid terraced house. The reason I'm asking is that an advisor told me this but I cant find anything relevant regarding this on google. thank you for your help.
     
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    Yes there is. You should check with your LPA, but they don't usually tell you just like that. You might have to submit an official enquiry which carries a cost. Some people do ask under freedom of information but it's obviously a bit more drawn out that way.
     
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    Check the original planning permission for the house or the estate.

    Check for an area "Article 4" Directive, which would be recorded on the Local Plan.
     
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    FWIW, I can't see any constraints attached to previous applications within that postcode - although number 34's PD rights in respect of windows and doors have been curtailed (assuming the associated application was implemented)
     
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    Thank you guys. I booked a phone call with the local planning officer for tomorrow. let's see what they have to say regarding this.
     
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