Changes to Permitted Development Rights from April 1st

Edinburgh Planning writes:

Permitted development rights are types of works, usually less complex and minor proposals such as small alterations and extensions that can be carried out without the need to apply for planning permission. From April 1st,  new extended permitted development rights came into force which allow residents of both houses and flats to build structures and cycle stores within both their front and rear gardens.

Read more on the Planning Edinburgh blog.

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