Last Modified December 11, 2014
This form should be used for proposals to alter or enlarge single houses, including works within the boundary/garden of a house. It should be used for projects such as:
Garages, car ports and outbuildings
Please note that planning permission is not needed for all household building work. Under permitted development rules you can carry out a number of household building work projects, provided they meet certain limits and conditions. You can find out whether you need planning permission on our do I need planning permission page. You can also seek pre-application advice from us before you submit an application to undertake any extensions or alterations to your property.
Apply online at the Planning Portal or download a form:
Householder planning consent
Householder planning consent - works or extension to a dwelling and demolition of unlisted building in a conservation area
Householder planning consent - works or extension to a dwelling and listed building consent
Information required to be submitted for householder planning consent
To process an application we require the information detailed in Parts 1 and 2 above to be submitted with the application. The period for deciding the application cannot start until all the information has been received.
Please make sure you submit one original plus one copy of the application form, together with one original plus one copy of the plans and supporting information. The fee information and help notes are provided to assist you.
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