Pre-application engagement is a collaborative process between a prospective applicant and other parties which may include: the local planning authority. statutory and non-statutory consultees. elected members.
The conversion of two agricultural grain silos to two single-storey residential properties has been given the go-ahead after an inspector judged that the scheme was in accordance with class Q of the General Permitted Developme...
You can perform certain types of work without needing to apply for planning permission. These are called "permitted development rights". They derive from a general planning permission granted not by the local authority but by Parliament.
It's all very well getting your planning permission approved but what if you see a planning application, for example, a neighbour is putting in a planning application and you don't like it, you want to object to the proposal, what can you do?