Tag Archives: #CLEUD

Planning Success – Gloucester Certificate of Lawfulness

We are thrilled to have worked with a client in Gloucester to secure a certificate of lawful development for their operational development consisting of a rear roof dormer addition which had been present on a property for a period of more than 4 years.… More >>

Changes to Planning Enforcement Timescales

Homeowners and developers, take note – the new Levelling Up and Regeneration Act (LURA) introduces several changes to planning enforcement timescales aimed at strengthening planning enforcement across England.… More >>

Planning Success – Certificate of Lawful Development in Cambridge

We’re thrilled to have secured a certificate of lawful development in Cambridge for existing use or development (CLEUD) for works which were carried out a number of years ago under permitted development rights. … More >>

HMO’s & Certificates of Lawful Development

“What do I do if I don’t have confirmation that either I didn’t require planning permission for my HMO or that the continuous use as a HMO would now be lawful given the timescales involved?”

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Planning Success – For a certificate of lawful use in Lichfield

Planning House are thrilled to have secure approval from Lichfield District Council for a certificate of lawful use for use as a residential childrens home. … More >>

Can a fallback position help secure Planning Permission?

Can a Fallback Position help secure Planning Permission?

In short the answer to whether a fallback position can help secure planning permission is YES. … More >>

Planning Success for Certificate of Lawfulness confirming proposed residential use

Planning House are delighted to have secured approval of a Certificate of Lawfulness for the proposed residential use of a block of 10 flats used as student House in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) in Newcastle upon Tyne.… More >>

Planning Success – New Home in Durham

Planning House are overjoyed to receive the news that one of our recurring clients was successful with a  resubmitted planning application in County Durham.… More >>

4 years or 10 year rules for a Certificate of Lawfulness (CLEUD)?

Are you thinking of selling or re-mortgaging, but never received planning permission?  Or are you being threatened with enforcement action for your existing development?… More >>