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Building Regulation L1 applies to these types of system and requires the limitation of heat losses from pipes, ducts and vessels used for heating and hot water services as well ensuring efficient controls are provided to the installations.

The excavation works necessary to install this type of system could constitute engineering operations requiring planning permission. You are advised to contact us to discuss the installation works you propose.

This is not a straightforward answer – certain minor repairs may not require consent e.g. re-pointing.

Electric appliances / under floor heating – possibly, please contact Building Control to discuss the works to be undertaken. (See Part P Electrical Works Guide Note 20 ).

Building Regulation Approval Gas appliances – yes, unless the works are carried out by a Capita Gas Registration and Ancillary Services Ltd fitter. (See also Part P Electrical Works Guide Note 20).

Do I need permission to construct a car port? Do I need Planning Permission?

Refer to Competent Person Scheme and exemption of minor works Guide Note 26.

Also the work to replace the fittings should not include any work to the underground drainage; or

The loading imposed upon the existing roof structure and the fixing of the panels requires careful consideration to avoid damage to the roof structure and displacement of the panels in stormy conditions.

Refer to the answers to the previous questions regarding provisions / adaptations to hot and cold water supplies as to whether approval should be sort.

If planning permission is required you can download a planning application form by clicking here

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Planning Do I need planning permission? Do I need planning permission for a veranda, balcony, decking area or raised platform?

Do I need to apply for building regulation consent to install a wind turbine?

If you do not comply with these provisions you will be required to submit a Building regulation application before commencing the works or where the works can be under taken by a competent person scheme member you will be exempt the procedural requirements of the Building Regulations. Refer to Competent Person Scheme and exemption of minor works Guide Note 26 .

In a Conservation Area planning permission will be required for flues or chimneys installed on a wall or roof slope which:

Please note – if the works also includes electrical alterations e.g. installation of an electric shower, fans, etc a Building Regulation application will be required for the electrical works. (See Part P Electrical Works Guide Note 20).

Verandas, balconies and raised platforms are not permitted development and will require planning permission. The only exceptions to this are for Juliette balconies where no platform or external access would be created and in respect of raised platforms where the following applies:

Do I need to apply for planning permission to install a Solar heating system?

Many firms supplying the turbines will undertake a site survey to determine the systems suitability and its preferred location. We would suggest that you await the outcome of your site survey prior to progressing any application for Planning permission.

Do I need permission to install replacement windows or doors? Do I need Planning Permission?

The installation may also contain notifiable electric works controllable in there own right under Part P requirements (see Part P Electrical Works Guide Note 20)

Do I need permission to replace my existing WC, Wash hand basin, urinals, showers, bidet or fixed bath?

Do I need permission to construct a detached garage, shed or outbuilding?

Fronts a highway and Forms either the principal (front) or side elevation of the dwelling.

Do I need permission to make internal alterations within my house?

Guidance Note 24 (3) – Competent Person schemes and exemption of minor works  – explains some areas of work that will be exempt from Building Regulation control.

If the works comprise of the removal of a ground floor WC, then this could be considered as worsening disabled persons facilities and would not be allowed. Basically the provisions for disabled persons should not be any worse than is as existing.

In a Conservation Area planning permission will be required for flues or chimneys installed on a wall or roof slope which: Fronts a highway and Forms either the principal (front) or side elevation of the dwelling.

The electrical installation is covered under the Part P Electrical Regulations. These types of small-scale generators are defined as “Special installations”, irrespective of whether or not they are plugged or wired into the existing electrical systems.

You do not need planning permission for repairs, maintenance, replacing windows and doors, internal alterations, cavity wall insulation or re-roofing providing you have not had permitted development rights for your property removed.

A veranda is usually defined as a gallery, platform, or balcony, usually roofed and often partly enclosed, extending along the outside of a building at ground level.

Do I need to apply for building regulation consent to install a Solar heating system?

Refer to Competent Person Scheme and exemption of minor works Guide Note 26

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Do I need permission to: build an extension to my house? convert my loft into a room or to construct a dormer roof extension? build a conservatory? construct a porch? convert my garage to a room? convert my house into flats? install replacement windows and doors? insert new window and door openings? install a satellite dish or antenna on my property? construct a carport? construct a covered yard? construct a detached garage, shed or outbuilding? erect a greenhouse? install decking, a veranda, balcony or any raised platform? construct a patio, hard standing, path or driveway? erect a fence, boundary wall or gate? make internal alterations within my house? carryout repairs to my house? install or alter the position of a bath, WC etc.

? refit my kitchen? install or alter the position of a heating appliance? insert cavity wall insulation? carryout rewires/ electrical works to my house and garden? install Renewable Energy Systems? replace/install a hot water storage vessel heater? Do I need permission to build an extension to my house?

If you live in a Listed Building, you will need listed building consent for any significant works whether internal or external. You also may need permission to alter or repair a gate, fence, wall or other means of enclosure around a Listed Building.

If the alterations also involves electrical works, then an application may be required (See Part P Electrical Works Guide Note 20).

The work to replace the fittings should not include any work to the hot and cold water supplies or systems or above ground level drainage, which may prejudice the health and safety of any person after the works have been completed e.g. removal of anti scald devices to a bath.

Under normal circumstances you do not need planning permission to convert a garage into a room unless there is a condition on the original planning consent for your house which prevents you from doing so or you have had permitted development rights removed from your property.To check the status of your permitted development rights please use the online system.

Do I need permission to install or alter the position of a bath, shower, WC, etc.

Your are advised to comply with the anti scald requirements of the regulations when fitting taps to baths to restrict temperature flow from the taps

To an existing cold water supply supply the replacement of any part or the addition of output or control devices on the system, will not require consent.

Yes you do where the appliances receives a cold or hot water supply from a source shared with or located inside a dwelling.

Please note that if you want to build a veranda, balcony, decking area or raised platform in the grounds of a flat then planning permission will always be required.

If you live in a Conservation Area you will need to apply for planning permission before cladding the outside of your house with stone, artificial stone, pebble dash, render, timber, plastic or tiles.

Remember you still have to comply with the local water regulations for the area – consult your water supplier or approved plumber.

Many firms will undertake a site survey to determine the suitability of the system and its preferred location. We would suggest that you await the outcome of your site survey prior to progressing any application for Planning.

Do I need permission to install a satellite dish or an antenna on my house? Do I need Planning Permission?

Do I need permission to construct or replace a patio, hard standing, path or driveway?

Do I need to apply for planning permission consent to install a wind turbine?

Purely internal works do not need planning permission unless you live in a Listed Building where it is advised that you discuss your proposal with the Conservation Planning Officer.

Do I need permission to replace fittings such as taps, cold water supplies or hot water supplies to my existing WC, Wash hand basin, urinals, showers or fixed bath?

Do I need permission to carryout electrical rewires/ electrical works to my house and garden? Building Regulations Approval

Yes. To apply contact Building Control to discuss proposals and determine the fee to accompany the application.

Do I need planning permission for replacement / installation of a hot water storage vessel heater?

Do I need permission to construct a porch? Do I need Planning Permission?

Some electrical repair work may require the submission of a Building Regulation application. (See Part P Electrical Works Guide Note 20 ).

You are also advised irrespective of having to apply for planning permission to speak to your neighbours before installing a wind turbine.

You are advised to comply with the anti scald requirements of the regulations when fitting taps to baths to restrict temperature flow from the taps.

Do I need permission to install or replace timber decking, a veranda, balcony or any raised platform?

Works involving the removal, alteration or replacement of a building thermal element requires the submission of a building regulation application. Examples of such works would be the removal or provision of internal wall finishes / renewal of flat or pitched roof coverings/ replacement of ceilings / replacement of external wall claddings / renewal of ground floors or floors over unheated areas. As a result of such works it may be necessary for you to upgrade the buildings thermal insulation. Refer to Conservation of Fuel and Power 2006 – Guide Note 24 (2)  .

A balcony is defined as a platform with a rail, balustrade or parapet projecting outside an upper storey of a building.

Do I need permission to convert my loft into a room or to construct a dormer roof extension?

If you live in Mottram Conservation Area you may need to apply for planning permission for certain works because the Council has made an Article 4 Direction withdrawing permitted development rights.

Do I need planning permission for a veranda, balcony, decking area or raised platform?

An application must therefore be made and the installation must comply with the ‘Domestic Heating Compliance Guide’ .

Do I need permission to install new hot and cold water supplies to appliances in dwellings, exempt buildings such as small detached garages, conservatories and greenhouses?

Yes – the relocation or the installation of new appliances or the provision of new below ground drainage is controllable works requiring a building regulation submission. If the works comprise of the removal of a ground floor W.C, then this could be considered as worsening disabled persons facilities and would not be allowed. Basically the provisions for disabled persons should not be any worse than is as existing.

Renewable Energy Systems Do I need planning permission and building regulation consents to install renewable energy systems on my home? Do I need to apply for building regulation consent to install a wind turbine? Do I need to apply for planning permission consent to install a wind turbine? Do I need to apply for building regulation consent to install a Solar heating system? Do I need to apply for planning permission to install a Solar heating system? Do I need to apply for building regulation consent to install a Solar photo voltaic (PV) power supply system? Do I need to apply for planning permission to install a Solar photo voltaic (PV) power supply system? Do I need building regulation consent to install ground source heat pump to my property? Do I need planning permission to install ground source heat pump to my property? Do I need planning permission for replacement / installation of a hot water storage vessel heater? Do I need planning permission and building regulation consents to install renewable energy systems on my home?

Do I need permission to erect a fence, gate or boundary wall?

Provision of hot water storage with a hot water storage vessel of not more than 15 litres provided that any related electrical or gas installation work does not require an application in its own right.

In addition if a building to which it relates is a listed building, then both planning permission and listed building consent would be required.

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If you are unsure whether your proposal needs planning permission please complete and submit a permitted development enquiry form.

These types of system either directly provide heating or provide support heating to your main heating system.

Do I need approval to install or alter the position of a heating appliance?

You are advised to contact us to ascertain whether or not Planning Permission is required at their location.

Depending on the type of technology you wish to install and the age and location of your house it may be that you will require both Planning and Building Regulation permission. It is best to talk to us and provide details of the technology proposed, its scale and location, before committing yourselves to an installation, as there may be local issues to overcome.

Where the works involve the removal, alteration or replacement of any of the buildings thermal elements, this is controllable works requiring the submission of a building regulation application. Examples of such works would be the removal or provision of internal wall finishes / renewal of flat or pitched roof coverings/ replacement of ceilings / replacement of external wall claddings / renewal of ground floors or floors over unheated areas. As a result of such works it may be necessary for you to upgrade the buildings thermal insulation. Refer to Conservation of Fuel and Power 2006 – Guide Note 24 (2) .

You will most likely need to obtain planning permission and you should contact us to ascertain whether or not Planning Permission is required for the turbines intended location prior to committing yourself to a contract.

You can avoid the need to make a Building Regulation application by using a Government approved Part P certified ‘Competent Person’, who will notify the Local Authority for you (see Part P Electrical Works Guide Note 20 )

Yes, this is considered to be a ‘Change in a Buildings Energy Status’ and is controllable works. Other forms of controllable works in their own right are where the conversion work involves structural alterations such as new foundations or masonry to infill the existing garage door opening, the creation of a new opening from the house, or the installation of new plumbing for a bathroom or WC, provisions of cold and hot water supplies and systems, or there is to be a new window installed (see Replacement Window guide notes), or electrical works are to be undertaken (See Part P Electrical Works Guide Note 20  ).To apply you can send in a building notice or submit full plans. View a list of fees.

Refer to Competent Person Scheme and exemption of minor works Guide Note 26 .  

You will need planning permission to divide your house into self-contained flats or bedsits.

Do I need building regulation consent to install ground source heat pump to my property?

Planning permission will not normally be required. Please check with the planning office if you are intending to provide external lighting columns etc.

No, however if you replace a WC or urinal, any replacement should not use any more water in its operation than the ones being replaced i.e. same or improved water efficiency.

Do I need to apply for building regulation consent to install a Solar photo voltaic (PV) power supply system?

Yes, but if you use an approved installer, they will generally submit an application on your behalf as a matter of course. To apply your installer will send in a notice. There is no fee.

Do I need permission to Re-fit my kitchen? Building Regulations Approval

If you do not comply with these provisions you will be required to submit a Building regulation application before commencing the works or where the works can be under taken by a competent person scheme member you will be exempt the procedural requirements of the Building Regulations.

To apply you can send in a building notice or submit full plans. View a list of fees.

The work to replace the fittings should not include any new hot and cold water supplies or systems (these are controlled in their own right and require building regulation consent); or

A “Juliet” balcony, where there is no platform and therefore no external access would normally be permitted development.

Do I need to apply for planning permission to install a Solar photo voltaic (PV) power supply system?

If you live in a Listed Building, you will need listed building consent for any significant works whether internal or external.

Yes and due to the complex nature of the fire regulations you are strongly advised to discuss your Loft Conversion  proposals directly with a Building Control Surveyor.

Planning permission may be required if the permitted development rights for your property have been removed. To check the status of your permitted development rights please use the online system.

Complications can arise on sloping sites or where existing ground levels have been altered. Before erecting any means of enclosure you should satisfy yourself that there are no restrictions on your property in the form of planning conditions or covenants ie open plan estates. Care should be taken when enclosures are proposed close to a road junction.

No unless you live in a Listed Building. It is advised that you discuss your proposal with the Conservation Planning Officer.

Yes – If there is to be any structural alterations or new drainage works or any electrical alterations / installation. (See Part P Electrical Works Guide Note 20).

Please note – if the works also includes electrical alterations e.g. installation of an electric shower, etc a Building Regulation application will be required for the electrical works. (See Part P Electrical Works Guide Note).

Oil/Solid fuel – possibly, please contact Building Control to discuss the works to be undertaken. (See also Part P Electrical Works Guide Note 20).

An application must therefore be made and the installation must comply with the ‘Non-domestic Building Services Guide’ .

You will need to apply for planning permission if permitted development rights have been removed from your property. To check the status of your permitted development rights please use the online system.

You can avoid the need to make a Building Regulation application by using a Government approved Part P certified ‘Competent Person’, who will notify the Local Authority for you. (see Part P Electrical Works Guide Note 20)

If planning permission is required you can download a planning application form.

Do I need permission to insert a new window or door opening? Do I need Planning Permission?

It is not more than 300mm in height.It is not located on any part of the roof of a house or outbuilding within the grounds of a house.It would not be located between the front or principal elevation of the house and a road.

The total area of ground it covers would exceed 50% of the total area of the curtilage (excluding the ground area of the original dwellinghouse).It would be located in the grounds of a listed building.

Your property is in a conservation area or an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the raised platform is located to the side of your house.Was the use of your property as a house granted through permitted development rights?

Curtilage usually the area of land within which the house sits, but for some houses, may be a smaller area).

If you are unsure whether your proposal is permitted development please complete and submit a permitted development enquiry form.

These types of system provide support heating to your main heating system.

Yes, if the alterations are structural such as removing or part removing a structural wall, floor or chimney breast. Generally if the alterations involve the insertion of a beam or lintel or will affect the stability of the building, then a Building Regulation approval is required. If you have any doubt whether the works will be of a structural nature you are strongly advised to seek the advice of a structural engineer, architect or building surveyor who will advise you.

No, unless a new chimney or flue extends more than 1 metre above the highest part of the house roof.

Do I need planning permission to install ground source heat pump to my property?

If you live in a Listed Building then consent for the works may be needed. It is advised that you discuss your proposal with the Conservation Planning Officer.

New heating appliances provided they do not include the construction of flues or chimneys that are more than 1 metre higher than the highest part of the house roof do not need planning permission.

Also the work to replace the fittings should not include any work to the underground drainage: or The work to replace the fittings should not include any new hot and cold water supplies or systems (these are controlled in their own right and require building regulation consent); or

Please note that the ‘interactive house’, ‘common projects’ and ‘mini guides’ links available at this link (the planning portal website) are particularly useful.

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