When did planning permission start in UK for extensions?

1 July 1948
Within the UK the occupier of any land or building will need title to that land or building (i.e. “ownership”), but will also need “planning title” or planning permission. Planning title was granted for all pre-existing uses and buildings by the Town and Country Planning Act 1947, which came into effect on 1 July 1948.

How long does planning permission for an extension last?

three years
When Does Planning Permission Expire? Normally, planning permission is valid for three years from the time the local planning authority grants it. There are exceptions, but they are rare and, if your case is one of them, it should say so clearly in your letter of approval.

Can you extend planning permission?

An applicant or agent who submitted the original planning application can apply to extend the period of implementation. You will have to submit your application on the Application for a new planning permission to replace an extant planning permission form in order to extend the time limit for implementation.

What council is Caterham under?

Tandridge
Tandridge is a local government district in east Surrey, England. Its council is based in Oxted, although the largest settlement is Caterham; other notable settlements include Warlingham, Godstone and Lingfield….

Tandridge District
Website www.tandridge.gov.uk

How far can you extend without planning permission UK 2021 gov?

In the case of single storey extensions, it must not extend beyond the rear wall of the original house by more than eight metres for a detached house, or more then six metres for any other house. The maximum height of your single-storey rear extension is not higher than four metres.

How far can you extend without planning permission?

six metres
The permitted development rules have recently been relaxed, allowing you to build an extension without planning permission of up to six metres (or eight metres if your house is detached).

What is Caterham famous for?

Caterham has an interesting history and was home for a long time to the famous Caterham Cars. The Jeweller, Charles Asprey, was a leading local figure and donated the Asprey Fountain to the town in 1890. The actor Bill Nighy was born in Caterham and Angus Deayton captained the famous Caterham School’s U16 rugby team.

Does Caterham count as London?

Caterham and Warlingham could have ended up being classed as part of the London Borough of Croydon too, but residents requested to remain in Surrey and permission for this to happen was granted by the government.

How many holes are there at Godstone Golf Club?

Located just 800 yards from junction 6 of the M25, Godstone Golf Club is a 9 hole, full length course in excess of 3000 yards. Three new lakes, linked by a freshwater stream, add interest and a degree of difficulty to the layout and, with three tees serving each hole, it is possible to play the 9 holes twice with varying tee positions.

Do you need a handicap to play at Godstone?

Although no handicap is required to play at Godstone, the course still offers a test of golf to the handicap player being a full 9 holes both in terms of degree of difficulty and distance; two par 3’s, two par 5’s and five par 4’s.

Is the Godstone Golf Club part of Altonwood?

Godstone Golf Club is part of the Altonwood Golf Group and its visitors therefore have the opportunity to benefit from the Altonwood Loyalty Card, which offers reduced green fee rates across 5 superb golf courses and are guaranteed to be the lowest visitor rates to play our courses.

Where does Addington Golf Club rank in the world?

In line with his wishes, a programme of continuous improvement has seen The Addington rise swiftly up the Top 100 ranking to 30th in England – of which we are extremely proud. Visitors to the Club will tread a course which remains virtually unchanged since its construction by JF Abercromby in 1913.