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Hi All

I am in process of finalising my plans for a loft conversion, I live in a typical Victorian terrace in London, the property is square and not one of those L shaped houses.

I have plans drawn up which I got when I bought the house and to save cost I will do most of the planning admin myself.

My questions is if I do a mansard style loft and I raise the parapet walls, obviously with my neighbours consent, does this mean that this loft extension does not qualify as permitted development and needs planning permission?

I have spoken to Wandsworth building control and they mentioned they "think" I need planning but I have to confirm with the planning team which I have emailed but they want to see the plans which I don't want to pay for if I have to go through a costly planning application, as I would otherwise just take the loft right up to the parapet wall and clad with tiles.


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