Benefits and regulations

Replacing windows and Local Planning Authority.

Most new buildings or major changes to existing buildings need to acquire planning permission. This is separate from building regulations approval which set standards for health and safety.

Normally planning permission is not needed for replacing windows unless your home is a listed building, or you live in a conservation area. Planning permission is also required before replacing windows if you live in a flat. However, if in doubt check with your Local Planning Authority. For planning permission information concerning conservatories visit conservatories and the law.






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