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You ‘may not’ need planning permission for the extension to your home that you’ve been hoping to build, but you will most probably need Building Regulations Approval.

Areas concerned include:

The roof


Walls (external & internal)

Electrical work

Drainage & Kitchen/bathroom

Contact us to discuss your requirements…




Planning Permission Obtained.

Another permission has just been granted for one of our clients in Langham near Holt, Norfolk.

Extension to a traditional village cottage within the Conservation Area.

Building regulation drawings come next, which we can also submit for approval on clients behalf.

Recent planning application success’s

Our latest successful planning application arrived through the letterbox yesterday!

 North Norfolk Coast – Permission granted by North Norfolk District Council for a 4 Bedroom, detached home with cart shed at  on the North Norfolk Coast.

We are happy to work on projects for clients throughout Norfolk, including but not limited to Fakenham, Holt, Downham Market, Thetford, Great Yarmouth, Wroxham, Swaffham & Norwich City…

Additionally some of our recently approved planning applications are:

Fakenham – Two extensions to a substantial & traditional family home, one single storey and one two storey, plus the addition of a new cart shed.

Fakenham – New access gained for a single level home plus double cart shed garaging.

Drayton, Norwich – Single storey extension of client’s bungalow home.

Spixworth, Norwich – two storey extension to property.

Hickling, Norfolk Broads – single storey extension and garage conversion to additional bedroom.

Feltwell, Thetford – New build home in garden of clients.

Burnham Market, King’s Lynn – Single Storey Extension to 1950’s family home.

Trunch, North Walsham – Extension to house & internal redesign of accommodation.

Bodham, Near Sheringham, North Norfolk – extension to second home in village location.

Hunstanton, West Norfolk – demolition and extensions to residential home.


Planning Applications in Norfolk

Now is the ideal time to contact us to start drawing up your planning & building regulations drawings. If you have children, they are back at school and maybe the Christmas shopping frenzy hasn’t started yet!

With an 8 week time-frame at local authority and probably a couple of weeks with us, you should be all set to start work in early 2018/spring, meaning you can start thinking about tradesmen.

In the meantime, have a lovely week!

Call on 07584 622776

Or contact Rob here.

Send us your photos!

A special request to the clients we have drawn up plans for previously, we’d love it if you could send us some snaps of your new build, extension or conversion as it goes from the planning stage upwards, (along with your permission for them to be used on our website & social media)!

For the people who have their plans in for approval at local authority now, get ready to dig out the camera or have your mobile phone at the ready!


Big Thanks!



Planning Applications in Norfolk!

If you are looking to have plans and elevations drawn for a New Year build start, then do get in touch to arrange an onsite chat.

Drawings submitted by mid October ‘should’ in theory take 8 weeks to progress through your local authority planning department, with a possible decision pre Christmas.

We’ve just added more photos to our gallery, so do take a peek at the interiors and exteriors of some of the designs we have worked on.

Listed Buildings Consent Norwich & Norfolk

You must apply for Listed Building Consent from the local authority planning department if you wish to make alterations to or extend a Listed property.

Firstly contact your local Conservation Officer at the Planning Department and discuss whether or not consent will be needed for your proposed works.  Ask the officer for an outline of acceptable changes and his/her thoughts on your ideas.

When considering alterations, take time to consider preservation of the building, it’s location and it’s stand out features. Things that will enable the building to remain for future generations.

Do contact us to draw up your plans, we are happy to submit the application to the local authority.

Unauthorised works to a listed building is an offence and individuals can be prosecuted.

A planning authority can insist that all work carried out without consent is reversed.

Drawing up your building plans during winter.

If you are not in a rush for your building plans to be submitted to local authority, or are not ready, due to funds or purchasing of a property/plot, or you are on a holiday, do bookmark us and give us a call or email in Autumn or Winter.

We will be able to meet with you, draw up your plans and submit to your local authority, the planning process once submitted usually takes around 8 weeks.

07584 622776