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Frequently Asked Questions: Planning
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In short, no. Planning permission does not give you the right to enter land, or to carry out works on land, that is not in your ownership. Planning Permission is only the approval of your proposal by the Council as Local Planning Authority. You will still need to obtain the land owner's permission. In any event it would be courteous if, where possible, you talked to neighbours about your proposal before submitting your application. Planning permission does not affect anyone else's rights.
You may also need to address any legal covenants, rights of access or other private legal matters. You will almost certainly require Building Regulations approval or need to perform the necessary requirements of the Party Wall Act. Commerical premises may also require further licences.