No local occupancy in the National Park

March 8th, 2017 | Posted by Chris Garner in News

The Lake District National Park Authority have granted consent for the conversion and extension of an office building to a single dwelling.

Garner Planning put the case that permitted development rights allowed a conversion from office to residential without the need for a planning permission and therefore local occupancy restrictions should not apply.

The impact of local occupancy restrictions on value is significant. If you are considering a residential development in the National Park please contact Chris Garner to discuss.

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