Countryside Planning Permission & Rural Dwellings
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Countryside Planning Permission & Rural Dwellings

Gaining Planning Permission in the countryside for dwellings is still possible if there is an essential need for them. Government policy outlined in PPS7 (Planning Policy Statement 7) includes tests that must be satisfied. Individual Local Authorities may also have local policies. This is one area in planning where financial data will be required.

If your case is not agricultural but for example involves infill, we can also help.

Cases have traditionally been agricultural but could include equine and other rural businesses where accommodation is required on site.

The Acorus Service can range from initial advice, business plans, appraisals, preparation and handling of applications. We can also design the dwelling.

See also: Local Authorities & Planning Applications

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