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What is an ownership certificate for planning permission?

What is an ownership certificate for planning permission?

What is an ownership certificate? A certificate which applicants must complete that provides certain details about the ownership of the application site and confirms that an appropriate notice has been served on any other owners (and agricultural tenants).

Can you make a planning application on land you don’t own?

“Interestingly, you do not have to be the owner of the land in order to make a planning application. If you are not the owner, you will have to inform that person of your intention to submit an application”. Permission relates to the land rather than the applicant or owner, therefore anyone could implement it.

Can you get planning permission on any land?

You can actually apply for planning permission on ANY piece of land in the country, whether you own it or not! You can withdraw you application at any time and re-apply free of charge! You might do this if you realise your application is going to be refused. You can then amend it and send it back with no extra cost!

What is a Certificate B planning?

Certificate B (Shared Ownership – all other owners known) Certificate B should be completed if the applicant is not the sole owner, but knows the names and addresses of all the other owners (e.g. this certificate will need to be served if the proposals encroach onto adjoining land).

What are the different types of planning applications?

There are four main types of application for planning permission: Full Application. Householder Application. Outline Application….Full planning application

  • most non-householder developments.
  • engineering or other works.
  • new housing development.
  • temporary planning permission.
  • changes of use of buildings or land.

Who owns a planning application?

The first question is easy to answer; a planning permission relates to the land, not the applicant, and anyone can implement it so long as they have sufficient interest in the land, and abide by its conditions. In other words, you cannot own a planning permission, even if you paid good money to make the application.

What can you build on land without planning permission?

23 Projects You Can Do Without Planning Permission

  • Interior renovations.
  • Single-storey extensions.
  • Build a conservatory without planning permission.
  • Erect a multi-storey extensions.
  • Repair, replace or add windows.
  • Loft conversion.
  • Replace roof.
  • Install rooflights.

Do you need an architect for planning permission?

No. You are neither required by law to have an architect submit your planning application or design your home. In fact, anyone can put together a set of floorplans.

Can I do my own planning application?

You can apply for planning permission yourself or employ an agent to do it for you. Your planning application must include a fee and a location map showing the site you want to develop.

What is a Blue Line boundary?

a red line should used to highlight the boundary of the development site. a blue line should used to highlight any other land owned by the applicant that is close to or adjoining the development site.

What is a Notice 1 in planning?

(Notice 1: This notice is to be printed and served on individuals if Certificate B or C is completed) Proposed development at: Name or flat number. Property number or name. Street.

What certificates of ownership do I need for planning applications?

Certificates of Ownership for Planning Applications Because an application will not be valid if the Certificates are incorrect or Notice is served incorrectly, it is imperative that great care is taken in their completion. One of Certificates A, B, C or D is required, together with the

What documents do I need to apply for planning permission?

An application for planning permission must be accompanied by: Plans and drawings. Ownership Certificate and Agricultural Land Declaration. Design and Access Statement (for some planning applications).

Do you have to notify the owner of the land?

An applicant is required to notify owners of the land or buildings to which the application relates, as well as any agricultural tenants. An ‘owner’ for planning purposes is anyone with a freehold interest, or leasehold interest the unexpired term of which is not less than 7 years.

What are the planning regulations for local authorities?

The principle underlying these Regulations is that local authorities must make planning applications in the same way as any other person and must follow the same procedures as would apply to applications by others.