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Retrospective Planning Drawings

If you have made a change to your property that requires planning permission and you have not had approval, a local authority can request that you submit a retrospective planning application for the work that you have already carried out. The local authority will make the request to the owner or occupier of the land concerned.
Our advice is that you should submit your retrospective planning application  and it is a considerable risk to start any work prior to approval. If a retrospective application is refused, the local authority can issue an enforcement notice which requires you to put things back as they were.

If you have been issued with a planning enforcement notice then My Planning can help with your retrospective application. We can help you if you're a homeowner, investor or landlord.

Step by Step

Step 1

Get your quotation

Step 2

Send us your measurements or drawings. Alternatively you can book for one of our team to come and measure the property

Step 3

We take over from here. We get to working creating your planning drawings and/or Building Regulation Drawings

Step 4

Receive your plans. We can also set up and manage the planning application for you. Please let us know if you would like this service.

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