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Any buildings within the curtilage can only have one storey. Buildings with more than one storey are not permitted development and will require an application for planning permission.
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Total enlargement: is the proposed enlargement together with any existing enlargement of the original dwelling house to which it will be joined. c) any part of the dwellinghouse would, as a result of the works, extend beyond the plane of any existing roof slope which forms the principal elevation of the dwellinghouse and fronts a highwayVerandahs, balconies and raised platforms are not permitted development and will require planning permission.
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In most cases, the building of a new porch will not require planning permission unless it is a listed building. d) the height of the eaves of the part of the dwellinghouse enlarged, improved or altered would exceed the height of the eaves of the existing dwellinghousehttps://www.planningportal.co.uk/permission/common-projects/electrics/building-regulations-general-information It’s worth noting that most planning applications will come with a fee required. Your local council will be able to advise you on this. Type of porch you choose