There are many things that can be done under permitted development and do not require planning permission. However this is only providing they meet all of the necessary planning criteria and there are no hidden constraints that limit or remove permitted development rights.
It is very important to note that every project type has different planning and design criteria that must be met in order to be considered permitted development. In addition to this, there can be hidden constraints which remove your PD rights.
This literally means there could be two houses in the same town both doing exactly the same development, such as a 3-meter extension for example. One could be permitted development, while the other needs planning permission, even though they both meet the criteria for permitted development.
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