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Planning Permission - for glass surround terraces and end of terrace windows


Kp1987

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Hello EDF,


I have started the process of purchasing my loft space from the southwark council (freeholder) and working with a local loft conversion outfit who is handling planning permission.


Has anyone had trouble/ applications rejected from the council for gaining permission for obscure (frosted) glass surround of roof terraces? Its not often you see them in East Dulwich, and have heard perhaps metal/wood is more amenable to the council or no terrace at all. I'm also trying to understand a bit more about when planning permissions is rejected as I'm looking to place windows which will be end of a housing terrace.


Many thanks for any advice you have, Kathryn

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