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Loft conversion planning permission

If you’re converting the loft area (that is, the upper storey or attic) of a building, you’ll usually need to obtain agreement from the local authority.

Some loft conversions are considered ‘permitted development’ so will not need such permission, but there are still strict guidelines to be followed. Permission is always needed in conservation areas, where you extend or alter the roof, or where the space exceeds specified limits and conditions.

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For more information, go to: www.planningportal.gov.uk


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