The video will give an overview of when planning permission is needed for the common residential projects that a residential conveyancer encounters on a regular basis. It will look at the plethora of permitted development rights that allow certain works and when those rights might not apply. Topics covered will include:
- What is development needing Planning Permission?
- Permitted development rights for residential property
- Common Projects encountered in conveyancing transactions
- When to watch out for withdrawal of permitted rights
On completion of this video you should be able to:
- Understand when planning permission is needed, and when permitted developments rights might apply, for common projects around the home
- Be more confident and efficient in the office when dealing with these issues in the future
Andrew Crawford lectures extensively around the country and brings his experience in private practice to make the law relevant to practitioners. Andrew brings the law alive with a touch of humour and cynicism and makes the theory relevant to the practical problems faced by hard pressed conveyancers at the coal face – always mindful of the need and difficulty of making conveyancing profitable. Andrew’s training company AAC Law Ltd is a recognised SRA CPD Provider. Andrew co-writes the Law Society CQS On-line training modules jointly with Prof Peter Reekie.