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How to build a home extension  without Planning Permission using your PD rights - Oct. 1st 2008



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A variety of porch designs can enhance your home as part of a house extension - some of which can be built under permitted development Rights.

You can never underestimate how important a first impression is. Adding a porch extension can enhance any homes street kerb appeal.

This is something you will want to ensure is going to be designed individually for your own property rather than a pre formed bolt on jobby.

The choices of porch designs are endless these days as you can choose & select from a variety of design features such as the style of the porch, the style and colour of the front door etc.

Most home porch extension designs are prepared by a home extension designer or architect. Some are made up directly with the final builder in conjunction with the home owner as often they can be exempt from the Building Regulations and do not require formal Planning Permission if built within certain dimensional limits.

Other porch designs can be offered as pre formed or factory built units by specialist manufacturers and suppliers (Wickes, B & Q) brought to site on a lorry and bolted onto the wall face of the property. Which you prefer may boil down to the budget you have.

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