Planning Permission Gerrards Cross

Nineteen miles out from Charing Cross, and twenty minutes or so out of Marylebone Station on the Chiltern Main Line is Gerrards Cross. Located in South Buckinghamshire at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, it is close to other local beauty spots such as Beaconsfield, Stoke Poges, Upton cum Chalvey, Chalfont St. Peter, Denham, Chesham, and High Wycombe. Eight miles or so north west of Heathrow Airport, Gerrards Cross isn’t just a commuter haven for London; it’s highly desirable for those who need to fly from that airport on a frequent basis.

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It is notable for having an average property sale price of £1,000,000, and a population of just over 8,000 people as at the 2011 Census. In short, Gerrards Cross with good transport links, and good schools nearby – both state and independent – is a desirable place to live.

If you are looking to make changes, alterations, or add extra space to your house in Gerrards Cross, there are several things you need to be aware of that don’t necessarily apply in the Greater London area. Getting planning permission is very important before you even consider engaging a construction team. Whether you are planning works which are covered by permitted development or not, engaging a professional team with experience in dealing with local planning authority departments is advisable.

Planning permission is always your responsibility as the homeowner, and if you’re living in an area with many Designated Heritage Assets, as with South Bucks, then it’s something you can’t ignore.  For example, in a more rural area, planning permission will cover protected trees as well as manmade structures. There are nearly 750 listed buildings in South Bucks, so it’s important to check with Historic England who hold the list whether any works you are planning will be affected. 


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It can be useful to look at your local planning authority website to see what has been granted planning permission to be built near you. Guidelines can change frequently, however, so it’s worth checking if any alterations have been made recently before making a decision based on your findings. Your local planning authority website is also the portal where you can view planning applications that have been made locally, and object to them if you feel they are inappropriate to the area. If a building or construction will have a negative effect on the surrounding area, it doesn’t just rely on whether the LPA will grant planning permission or not. 

If you want to maximise your chances of success in making a successful planning permission application, you’ll need accurate, scaled plans, with full details of what you’re intended to build and how. Sometimes even that isn’t enough. If you really want the best chance of getting permission, it’s a good idea to engage the services of AC Design Solutions, where we are experienced in taking your build from plans to completion. 

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