Dormer works judged separate operation

May 2009
Planning (14672073);5/22/2009, Issue 1819, p19
The article reports on the certification given to a house in the West Midlands, England, for roof and dormer extension. An inspector awarded a lawful development certificate (LDC) to the house despite council disapproval on grounds that the structure is part of the structure and is subjected to enforcement notice. However, the inspector claimed that the extension works are separate building operation, making it lawful.


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