How long does planning permission take Cheshire East?

How long does planning permission take Cheshire East?

4-6 months
Most applications are currently taking 4-6 months to determine. Complex matters can take longer. For more information on timescales see our Planning service update page.

How do I contact Cheshire East?

Making a formal complaint

  1. choose the complaint option on the feedback form.
  2. email us at [email protected].
  3. phone us 0300 123 5038.

Do I need a certificate for permitted development?

If you decide to use your permitted development rights, but start construction without a lawful development certificate, you put your home at risk and will likely need to obtain one anyway. Many future buyers will be wary of purchasing an extended property if there’s no proof the build was legal.

Do you need planning permission for small extension?

In many instances an extension or addition to your house can be considered to be a permitted development, so you wouldn’t need planning permission for an extension. If this is the case, you would not be required to gain any permissions or have to submit any applications for planning permission for your extension.

Do you need planning for a new entrance?

Put simply, if you are replacing a gate with another gate that is of the same height or less, you won’t need permission. If the new gate is higher than before, then it will need permission.

How do I contact Cheshire West and Chester council?

Most services are available online for you to report non urgent enquiries. You can also contact us to make a general enquiry. If you are unable to access services online please call us on 0300 123 8123 and we can look at booking you a prearranged appointment at a council building.

Who is head of planning at Cheshire East?

David Malcolm –
David Malcolm – Head of Planning Regulation – Cheshire East Council | LinkedIn.

What size extension can I build without planning?

How big can you build an extension without planning? The permitted development rules have recently been relaxed, allowing you to build an extension without planning permission of up to six metres (or eight metres if your house is detached).

Can I put a 6 foot fence in my front garden?

It all depends on the role you want for your fence. For the ultimate in security and privacy, a 6ft fence panel will do the job. Consider a lower 4ft fence or 5ft fence with a trellis topper for a softer boundary. For a front garden, a low 3ft fence will achieve a more open, welcoming frontage to your property.

How do I email the Cheshire West Council?

Email: [email protected].

Which local authority is Chester in?

Cheshire West and Chester Council
Cheshire West and Chester Council is the local authority of Cheshire West and Chester….

Cheshire West and Chester Council
Founded 1 April 2009

Who is the CEO of Cheshire East Council?

Lorraine O’Donnell (Mar 30, 2020–)Cheshire East Council / CEO

Who is the chief executive of Cheshire West and Chester Council?

Andrew Lewis
Chief Executive: Andrew Lewis.

What is the local plan for Cheshire East?

Cheshire East Local Plan The Local Plan sets planning policies and allocates sites for development and is used to make decisions on planning applications. The Local Plan addresses issues such as: the number and location of new homes;

How do I apply for planning permission in Cheshire?

The Planning Portal is the UK government online resource for planning and building control. You can submit your planning application online through the Planning Portal. Visit the Planning Portal The Peak District National Park is the planning authority for all applications for the easternmost part of Cheshire East.

How to contact development management-Cheshire East Council?

Development Management – Cheshire East Council [email protected] 0300 123 5014

Where can I find the documents from the local plan strategy Examination?

Although the examination has now ended, documents in the Local Plan Strategy examination library are still available for reference, alongside the final inspector’s report: