Permitted development rights — office to residential conversion
The Government is introducing a new permitted development right to allow offices to be converted into flats without the need for planning permission. The measure is part of the Government’s Plan for Growth, announced in the 2011 Budget , and is billed as a means of delivering ‘badly needed homes’, helping to ‘create jobs in the construction industry’, and helping to ‘regenerate our town centres’.
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