22 things you need to know about the latest residential permitted development rights

The government has published two sets of regulations that introduce a series of new permitted development (PD) rights in relation to the demolition of buildings and their replacement with new housing and upward extensions to residential properties. Here are 22 things you need to know about the new rights.

by Michael Donnelly
Upwards extensions: new PD rights published (pic: Getty)
Upwards extensions: new PD rights published (pic: Getty)

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