LONDON GREEN BELT
34 Queen Elizabeth Avenue
Certificate of Lawfulness approved for a single-storey rear extension to a detached dwelling on the Metropolitan Green Belt in Hertfordshire.
Following an initial consultation with the applicants En-Plan drafted a Certificate of Lawfulness Application that was subsequently submitted to and approved by the Local Planning Authority. The council have previously refused two planing application for similar proposal before En-Plan were asked to get involved and with our knowledge of the General Permitted Development Order and the ways in which householders can extend their property without the need for full planning permission we were successful in delivering approval under a Certificate of Lawfulness for a bespoke kitchen extension which the applicants are extremely please with considering the previous refusal on the property that have hindered the extension of the existing kitchen.
The approved scheme will create seven new rooms for paying guests with on site parking and a hot tub.
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