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PLANNING FEE CALCULATOR

The fee calculator can help you, by working out the cost of any particular planning application you require.

The online calculator asks a series questions to help determine the total cost of an application, ranging from a simple householder development to larger scale schemes such as housing schemes or industrial estates.

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HOUSEHOLDERS GUIDE FOR 2008

This simple visual guide outlines common household projects. Links to further information will take you to the Planning Portal's new Building Work section.

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Please note: This is an informal guide to planning permission and building regulations for householders in the UK. Questions regarding specific situations or applications should be addressed to your local authority direct. Please you are advised to check with your local authority before starting any work.


VOLUME CALCULATOR FOR YOUR BUILDING

Calculate the area and volume of your works to see if planning permission is required for your proposal.

It is vital to know the volume of a proposed development if you are planning a new building or extending an existing one, this will help you.

Most buildings and extensions have sloping roofs - making the calculation of volume a tricky task. It is important to get it right if you are deciding whether planning permission will be needed in your case.

This online tool lets you calculate the volume of a number of different kinds of buildings or extension.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER


ANTENNA GUIDE

You will need to apply for planning permission to install an antenna on your house in certain circumstances. This visual guide will help you determine whether permission is requ

Useful planning Tools


PLANNING FEE CALCULATOR

The fee calculator can help you, by working out the cost of any particular planning application you require.

The online calculator asks a series questions to help determine the total cost of an application, ranging from a simple householder development to larger scale schemes such as housing schemes or industrial estates.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER


HOUSEHOLDERS GUIDE FOR 2008

This simple visual guide outlines common household projects. Links to further information will take you to the Planning Portal's new Building Work section.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER

Please note: This is an informal guide to planning permission and building regulations for householders in the UK. Questions regarding specific situations or applications should be addressed to your local authority direct. Please you are advised to check with your local authority before starting any work.


VOLUME CALCULATOR FOR YOUR BUILDING

Calculate the area and volume of your works to see if planning permission is required for your proposal.

It is vital to know the volume of a proposed development if you are planning a new building or extending an existing one, this will help you.

Most buildings and extensions have sloping roofs - making the calculation of volume a tricky task. It is important to get it right if you are deciding whether planning permission will be needed in your case.

This online tool lets you calculate the volume of a number of different kinds of buildings or extension.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER


ANTENNA GUIDE

You will need to apply for planning permission to install an antenna on your house in certain circumstances. This visual guide will help you determine whether permission is required.

If your house is a listed building or in a 'designated area', you may also need additional permissions to install an antenna on your house.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER


Please note: You are responsible for the appropriate placement of antenna on your house. If you have any doubt, please contact the planning department of your local council or seek independent professional advice, thank you.

These downloads were given to you by the Planning Portal.

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If your house is a listed building or in a 'designated area', you may also need additional permissions to install an antenna on your house.

CLICK HERE TO ENTER

Please note: You are responsible for the appropriate placement of antenna on your house. If you have any doubt, please contact the planning department of your local council or seek independent professional advice, thank you.

These downloads were givern to you by the Planning Portal.


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