No, you do not require planning permission to remove a chimney breast, however you will need to submit a building notice to your local councils building control department advising them of the intended work to be carried out. On completion of the work and inspection from a qualified building inspector you will receive a certificate confirming that the work meets local building regulations.

02/07/2013

Do I need planning permission to remove a chimney breast and who do I need to inform?

No, you do not require planning permission to remove a chimney breast, however you will need to submit a building notice to your local councils building […]
02/07/2013

Should I inform my neighbour before starting the work?

Yes, you should inform your neighbour in the form of a party wall notice before beginning any work on the party wall. Download a template of […]
02/07/2013

How long after the job is complete will I receive my building control certificate?

You will normally receive this between 2 to 4 weeks after the building inspection although this can be issued more quickly in cases where the sale […]
02/07/2013

Can you guarantee that your work will satisfy the councils building regulations and pass the building inspection and what will you do if the building inspector for any reason does not pass the inspection.

We are committed to making sure that the building inspector passes any work that we carry out and will correct any work which the building inspector […]

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