Home Improvement Projects improvements

Our mini guides provide visual clarification of the permitted development rules for specific projects. Read our guidance about improving the interior and exterior of your home, how building regulations may apply to the changes you make and retrospective consents. Find out about your responsibilities and consider what you need to do before you start the build phase of your project.

  • If you want to make your own improvements you will need to contact us first to make sure these are allowed and that it is safe for you to carry them out.
  • Read about the Freedom of Information Act and how to make a request.
  • The Orders and supporting documentation are still available to view online.
  • We will not allow you to carry out improvements to your home which we believe will reduce the value of your home, be unsafe or cause a nuisance to your neighbours.

If your planned improvement is on the list below, please fill out our formand attach any necessary documents to support your proposal. Although you don’t need permission, it’s important that you let us know if you’re going to do any of these improvements – please click the button below to get started… You will not get compensation if you are taking the improvement when you leave, did not seek permission for the improvements or if you are buying your home under the right to buy scheme. Two new dedicated free-flowing slip roads would be created with a left turn for traffic travelling from the A249 southbound to the M2 westbound and a left turn from the A249 northbound to the M2 eastbound.

Examples Of The Eligibility Of Items That Might Be Included Under The Amnesty

The consultation period on the Environmental Statement Addendum Annex 1 ended on 9 March 2020. Highways England has considered representations made in preparing its documents for the Public Inquiry. The modifications require changes to the Side Roads Order and Compulsory Purchase Orders .

The hub resources have been produced by a succession of NHS Organisations specialising in service improvement. Take 3 minutes to tell us if you found what you needed on our website.Your feedback will help us give millions of people the information they need. Your local authority might have a list of local architects, surveyors and builders who specialise in renovation work which you could ask to see when choosing a contractor for the work to your home. If you intend to carry out the work yourself, you won’t be able to claim for the cost of your labour. If your home is in need of repair, your landlord might have to do the repairs you need. We will not allow you to carry out improvements to your home which we believe will reduce the value of your home, be unsafe or cause a nuisance to your neighbours.

Improving London Overground

We want you to make your home your own but you may need to get approval before you make any improvements. It’s important that you get the right support when you leave hospital. We can help with minor repair and adaptations to much larger projects – so you can get home as smoothly as possible. To make sure you’re not at risk, we will always check for asbestos before approving any home improvement works.

From 8 December 2021 until 15 February 2022, we asked you for further feedback on our detailed proposals as part of our statutory public consultation. A total of 579 survey responses were received during the ten-week consultation period. More than 74% of survey respondents strongly agree or agree with the proposed improvements to M5 Junction 10. This shows a high level of support for the scheme and is consistent with the results from our non-statutory consultation, held in winter 2020. In autumn 2020, we undertook an options consultation to hear your views and opinions on options for the M5 Junction 10 Improvements Scheme. Overall, the options consultation demonstrated that the majority of participants (84%) agree that there is a clear need for the scheme.