Planning Permission Hammersmith

Within Greater London, the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham is made up from nine separate districts, with a variety of postcodes. Four – Hammersmith, Shepherd’s Bush, West Kensington, and White City – have a W postcode. Four – Fulham, Parson’s Green, Sand’s End, and Walham Green – have a SW postcode. The remaining district of Old Oak Common has a NW postcode. Hammersmith itself is identified within the London Plan as one of the 35 major Greater London centres. Fulham itself has two football clubs, and the famed pre-Wimbledon tournament ground of Queen’s Tennis Club. Hammersmith is home to Charing Cross Hospital, and is a major transport hub. A common feature is the significant redevelopment in the area, not least the former BBC Television Centre building in White City.

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For the property owner looking to make changes to their home or business premises in Hammersmith, it can be difficult to know what they can and can’t do under permitted development regulations. Obtaining planning permission, preferably with the advice and help of a team of professional architectural designer, is best when drawing up plans for works.

When carrying out works, it’s always your responsibility as the property owner to obtain planning permission, and you should do this before work begins – you could find yourself having to take your property back to its previous condition if any new structures don’t comply with local authority regulations. Their formal agreement is necessary for any works that fall outside permitted development, and planning permission might be agreed or refused with or without changes to your plans.

With regard to permitted develop, there are occasions where you don’t need planning permission to carry out renovations or alterations. However, these guidelines change quite frequently (and indeed have changed during the early part of 2019), so it’s best to check with the local planning authority before your works get beyond the ideas stage. Permitted development doesn’t cover flats or other joint occupation premises, so the mansion blocks which are so common in the London Borough of Hammersmith aren’t included. It’s also worth going for planning permission instead if you live within a conservation area, as there are strict guidelines on not affecting the overall look of an area. Your neighbours also have a say once your plans are submitted, so even if your plans are in keeping with the local area and have no detrimental impact on the local environment or wildlife, the local planning authority might refuse to grant you planning permission

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