I think you'll find he's told porkies and he wasn't the only one by a long chalk. There was, about ten years ago, the tiniest hint of a change in the law but it was quickly stamped on.moved 2 crete wrote:... the builder said planning was not required after 12 months after the initial build, but said the law has now changed.
This is what I was alluding to in my post " .... they were granted a substantial increase 2-3 years ago".john4d wrote:...... he couldn't charge me less than that as this was the 'standard fee' and the tax man would demand
That's a new one on me but I'd be inclined to ask a trustworthy civil engineer, i.e. one without a vested interest in your property.kaytee wrote:..... if a structure is on wooden posts with metal brackets, rather than concrete/brick supports. It does not need planning permission?......
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