Comment - Confusion over roof extension ruling

Planning authorities, inspectors and householders are struggling to get to grips with June's High Court ruling on the distance dormer windows and other roof extensions need to be set back from the edge of a dwelling to qualify for permitted development rights under class B, part 1, schedule 2 of the General Permitted Development Order (GPDO) 2008.

by Bryan Johnston, consultant editor, Planning

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