Should your plans require planning permission, SEHBAC can send out a highly trained and professional architect to gather the full details the council requires to make the decision to grant them. You will receive the same detailed drawings that are used for submission and kept up to date with how things are moving along.
You may not require planning permission for your conservatory if:
These are guidelines to the rules and a full site inspection by an SEHBAC representative would be required to decide if planning permission was required. So why not organise an appointment today and we'll come to you!
Building regulations may be required if:
If building regulations are required for your conservatory, SEHBAC are members of FENSA which stands for the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme. It has been set up by the Glass and Glazing Federation, with Government approval, in response to the new Building Regulations for England and Wales.