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Retrospective Air Source Heat Pump and Proposed Roof Mounted Solar Panels For a Listed Building

The client contacted Planning By Design regarding an air source heat pump that was already installed to a listed building and the proposed installation of roof mounted solar panels. Following a planning appraisal with one of our chartered town planners, it was determined that retrospective planning permission in addition to listed building consent as the this is a serious breach of planning law with significant risk of penalties. The proposed roof mounted solar panels would also require listed building consent and planning permission. Fortunately both were feasible and no enforcement action had been commenced. required and likely to be feasible. One of our chartered architects prepared the required architect drawings, which the client approved. Following the approved architectural design, one of our chartered town planners prepared the required design and access statement, to justify why the council should approve retrospective listed building consent and planning permission. Retrospective planning permission has now been approved for the previously installed air source heat pump. Planning permission has also been approved for the proposed roof mounted solar pannels. Thankfully this means the client will now not need to restore the property to its original state, can now install the new solar panels and is protected from enforcement action indefinitely.

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Diane R. Barto

Sales engineer