Many new buildings or changes to the use of buildings or sites will require planning permission. If a local authority finds that a building or site either does not have permission at all, or is not in accordance with permission which has been granted, then they can take enforcement action – unless you have a Certificate of Lawful Existing Use or Development (CLEUD).
Enforcement action can only be taken within certain time limits:
than a single dwelling.
A certificate of lawfulness is provides you with confirmation that the development or use is deemed as lawful in the eyes of the Local Planning Authority. If you would like to chat through the application process and whether it is right for you, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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