Consultation outcome

Extending permitted development rights for homeowners and businesses: technical consultation

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Extending permitted development rights for homeowners and businesses: summary of responses

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Detail of outcome

Summary of consultation responses outlining measures the government is bringing in to extend permitted development rights for extensions for homeowners and businesses including a new neighbours’ consultation scheme.

Original consultation

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Summary

This consultation proposes changes to increase permitted development rights for extensions to homes and business premises.

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Consultation description

This consultation proposes changes to increase permitted development rights for extensions to homes and business premises in non-protected areas.

The government is consulting on a set of proposals to amend the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995 to allow homeowners and businesses to make larger extensions to their homes and business premises without requiring a planning application, and to allow quicker installation of broadband infrastructure.