Working alongside Creative Architecture we have explored the use of permitted development rights at Chadderton Hall Farm and it will an amazing scheme once implemented.  The farm is located in the Green Belt, where development is carefully controlled, but where permitted development rights still remain.

Prior Approval has been granted to convert a 200 year old brick barn in Chadderton into four houses under Class Q. Prior approval has also been granted to add an additional storey to the adjoining farmhouse under Class AA and a large rear extension under Class A of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order.

When considering development works it is always useful to assess what can be undertaken using permitted development rights.