PRIOR APPROVAL residential EXTENSION
34 Queen Elizabeth Avenue
Great Barr, Birmingham
House extension approved under the Prior Apporval for Larger Home Extensions Scheme.
Following an initial consultation with the applicants En-Plan drafted a scheme that was subsequently submitted to and approved by Birmingham City Council for the extension of the ground floor by six metres in order to add a new lounge and utility room to the rear and utilise the existing front lounge as an additional bedroom. This was allowed under the Prior Approval Scheme that allows householder to extend their houses by up to six metres in the case of semi-detached units without the need for a full application. Please refer to our Prior Approval for Larger Home Extensions page for more details.
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