planning permission


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planning permission

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) formal permission that must be obtained from a local authority before development or a change of use of land or buildings
Translations

planning permission

n (Brit) → licenza edilizia
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NEARLY 11,000 homes across Wales are still waiting to be built after being given planning permission, according to new research published by the Local Government Association (LGA).
IT looks like lovebirds Cheryl and Liam Payne won't be flying their Surrey nest any time soon after applying for planning permission to double the size of their mansion.
And that it is development on a brownfield site which is more likely to get planning permission than building on fields.
1 Buying a plot of land with detailed planning permission for a house (or houses) is a safe bet, but, of course, it may not be the house you want to build.
Sometimes knocking down an old house and starting again is a good option 1 Buying a plot of land with detailed planning permission for a house (or houses) is a safe bet, but, of course, it may not be the house you want to build.
1 BUYING a plot of land with detailed planning permission for house (or houses) is a safe bet, but, of course, it may not be the house you want to build.
The good news is, you can often create (or replace) a driveway without obtaining planning permission.
PLANNING permission is needed for some building projects, such as turning a house into flats or flats into a house, but others, including extensions and loft conversions, can often be done without planning permission.
SPORTS retailer JD Sports has been granted planning permission to convert its Newcastle store into a gym and shopping complex.
Social Development Minister Nelson McCausland has announced the appointment of The Paul Hogarth Company to complete the detailed design and application for Outline Planning Permission for Colin Town Centre proposals in west Belfast.
The local resident then further added that no planning permission has been granted for a permanent helipad on the land and the locals have visited the site, met with the site and an enforcement case remains ongoing.
A COUNCIL is trying to close down a swingers' club in a rural village because it claims it does not have planning permission and is upsetting the neighbours.

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