The client contacted Planning By Design when the sale of their house fell through because they did not have planning permission for an annexe they had built. Fortunately they had not yet received an enforcement notice but were now aware they were in breach of planning and at risk of enforcement action. Following a planning appraisal with one of our chartered town planners, it was determined retrospective planning permission for the annexe was feasible. One of our chartered architects prepared the required architect drawings, which the client approved. Once the architectural design was approved, one of our chartered town planners prepared the required design and access statement, to justify why the application should be approved by the council. With the client's approval, the architect drawings and design and access statement were been submitted with the application. Retrospective planning Permission has now been approved for the annex, which means the client can now sell the property and is no longer at risk of enforcement action.
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