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messageSecuring planning permission before selling a property
Posted by Bellenden Belle September 15, 12:08PM

My house is ideal for a kitchen extension. But Iím intending on moving. Is it worth getting architect plans and planning permission before going up for sale? Does it add value? Or does it not make a difference?

messageRe: Securing planning permission before selling a property
Posted by diable rouge September 15, 12:19PM

If you live in a house then an extension can be built under Permitted Development rights, which is straightforward to obtain as long as the extension conforms to the constraints therein. So, PP probably not worth obtaining in this instance...

messageRe: Securing planning permission before selling a property
Posted by Bellenden Belle September 15, 12:25PM

Thanks for the reply.
No the kitchen is already extended to within permitted development but there is scope to extend further.

messageRe: Securing planning permission before selling a property
Posted by diable rouge September 15, 12:49PM

I'd speak to local agents then, see what they think, you might already have hit the ceiling for your type of property in the area...

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Posted by seenbeen September 15, 02:55PM

diable rouge Wrote:
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> I'd speak to local agents then, see what they
> think, you might already have hit the ceiling for
> your type of property in the area...

Is there a ceiling any more? This 'development' is blocking sun from the south into the garden to the right!

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messageRe: Securing planning permission before selling a property
Posted by KalamityKel September 17, 11:24PM

seenbeen Wrote:
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> diable rouge Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I'd speak to local agents then, see what they
> > think, you might already have hit the ceiling
> for
> > your type of property in the area...
>
> Is there a ceiling any more? This 'development' is
> blocking sun from the south into the garden to the
> right!

Ive always wanted a treehouse!

messageRe: Securing planning permission before selling a property
Posted by Spartacus September 18, 04:10PM

KalamityKel Wrote:
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> seenbeen Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > diable rouge Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > I'd speak to local agents then, see what they
> > > think, you might already have hit the ceiling
> > for
> > > your type of property in the area...
> >
> > Is there a ceiling any more? This 'development'
> is
> > blocking sun from the south into the garden to
> the
> > right!
>
> Ive always wanted a treehouse!

[rootandshoot.co.uk] (sounds right up your alley kel)

messageRe: Securing planning permission before selling a property
Posted by TheArtfulDogger September 19, 01:33PM

They don't like it up em kel (trees and tree houses)

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Artful

messageRe: Securing planning permission before selling a property
Posted by KalamityKel September 19, 07:45PM

I love you guys! :-D


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