How far can you extend in Hillingdon?
The building work must not extend beyond the principal elevation, or side elevation of a house fronting a highway. Also any extension of more than one storey must not extend beyond the rear wall of the house by more than three metres, and it must not be within seven metres off any boundary opposite the back wall.
Can Neighbours stop permitted development?
Can neighbours stop permitted development? Property under permitted development does not require planning permission, meaning the public, and neighbours, typically cannot object to the development.
What zone is Hillingdon?
Hillingdon is a London Underground station in North Hillingdon in the London Borough of Hillingdon, West London. Located between Uxbridge and Ickenham, it is in Travelcard Zone 6. It is the penultimate station on the Uxbridge branch of both the Metropolitan line and the Piccadilly line.
Can a Neighbour object to permitted development?
What size extension can you build under permitted development?
This allows a householder to build a single-storey side extension up to half the width of the existing dwelling; a single-storey rear extension up to 4m in length for a detached dwelling and 3m long for a semi or a terrace house; and, in certain circumstances, 3m two-storey rear extensions.
How do I extend my house in Hillingdon?
Refer to the Hillingdon guide to extending your home. For technical advice and guidance, contact Building Control Services by calling 01895 558170 or writing to: UB8 1UW. You may also need to obtain planning permission for your project, which is entirely separate from the process of seeking building regulations approval.
How do I submit my application to Hillingdon?
Please submit your application through the planning portal. If your supporting files exceed the size limit for the planning portal, please forward the files separately to [email protected]
How do I get Building Regulations approval to extend my house?
Use the Planning Portal Interactive House tool to help determine exactly what work requires building regulations approval. Refer to the Hillingdon guide to extending your home. For technical advice and guidance, contact Building Control Services by calling 01895 558170 or writing to: UB8 1UW.
What is the difference between planning permission and building regulations?
Planning permission relates to the proposed work and the effect it will have on neighbouring properties and the general environment. Building regulations are concerned with the constructional details of building works to ensure the health and safety of people in and around the building.