Planning Advice

15 December 2017
by Archive

Hi, I recently watched an Amazing spaces programme in which the builder and owner of a converted railway carriage did not need to submit architectural drawings, but he did need planning permission.

I’m doing a similar thing myself, but I plan on using either a flatbed trailer, or a mobile office, which can be moved. So I’m probably looking for permission for a temporary dwelling which will stand for over the 28 day mark.

I know I will need planning permission, but architectural drawings? technically the building already has a structure, so will this be needed.

The plan is to keep the building low cost and use salvage wherever possible.

I’m getting a bit confused with it all so if anyone has any knowledge or experience with the planning consent side of things I’d be really grateful if you could help.

Asked by 19beccaa93

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