34 Queen Elizabeth Avenue
Certificate of Lawfulness Planning Application submitted and approved to change the use of a residential unit to a house in multiple occupation (HMO).
Following an initial consultation with the applicants En-Plan drafted a scheme that was subsequently submitted to Shropshire County Council to obtain a Certificate of Lawfulness to cover the change of use that is permitted under the General Permitted Development Order. The council have been happy to approve the proposal with no amendments and the applicant was happy to add the additional rentable rooms to their investment portfolio.
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