Permitted development extension

Can I build an extension within permitted development if the house has been extended in the past? The original extension has been there for around 30 years I think.

Asked by Michael on 10th Oct 2022
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"It depends on what the permitted development is and if your extensions is under that the percentage if you require any advice I’d be happy to discuss with you if you give us a call"
Answered on 10th Oct 2022 - Member since Jul 2021 - report
"Yes of course dispute can go ahead as long as you don’t extend the width hips and depth of the existing building this can be done of course"
Answered on 10th Oct 2022 - Member since Oct 2022 - report
"Yeah I'm pretty sure u can but I'd still check with the local authorities to make double sure"
Answered on 10th Oct 2022 - Member since Sep 2022 - report
"Yes you Can,but first you need emergency and invisible re-enforcement metal pillar, before you can raised to the 2 Storey permitted Parliament legislation Rules."
Answered on 16th Oct 2022 - Member since Jun 2020 - report
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