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Buying a house with full planning permission

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  • Buying a house with full planning permission

    Going to view a house this weekend with full planning persmission for double side, and single rear extensions as well as internal remodelling.

    Couple of questions - how would I go about getting estimates for the work to be completed in line with plans so I can calculate the total cost of the completed house? Where would I start searching for people to do the work?

    Also, does planning apply to changing the internal layout - ie if I wanted to change something on the plans would it need to go back through planning.

    I am very confused

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    Re: Buying a house with full planning permission

    how would I go about getting estimates for the work to be completed in line with plans so I can calculate the total cost of the completed house? Where would I start searching for people to do the work?
    Google "Builder" + Name of your town.

    Also, does planning apply to changing the internal layout - ie if I wanted to change something on the plans would it need to go back through planning.
    Planing doesn't apply to internal layout unless it is a listed building. Building Regulations will apply in any event and you will need to make sure you comply with them.
    RICHARD WEBSTERwww.rwco.co.uk
    As a conveyancing solicitor I want to be helpful (England/Wales only) but can't accept liability for this.

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      Re: Buying a house with full planning permission

      Just go with your plan but give your plan first to the developer for them to see if it was okay to proceed into your plan. I f you want some changes in internal design, try to ask some home stager.

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