How much does a planning application cost in England?

How much does a planning application cost in England?

Planning application fees Applying for detailed or full planning permission for a new house or a conversion in England is currently £462. For outline applications, it’s £462 per 0.1 hectares. Householder applications, needed for extensions and garden buildings, are £206.

How much is planning permission for an extension UK?

What costs are involved in planning permission for extensions? In general, a householder application is needed for extensions in the UK, which cost £206. If permission for your extension project is granted subject to conditions then a follow-up request for a householder application will cost £34.

Do you get a refund if you withdraw a planning application?

There is no refund in respect of planning application fees, irrespective of the decision that is made.

How much does it cost to submit a planning application in Wales?

A planning application costs £172 in England and £166 in Wales. This is the fee payable to your local council for processing the full householder planning application.

Do you have to pay for planning permission Wales?

A fee is payable for most planning applications, the amount depends on the proposed development. Fees are set by the Welsh Government and are the same for all Welsh planning authorities.

How long does planning permission take Wales?

within 8 weeks
Typically we aim to decide applications within 8 weeks but applications subject to an Environmental Impact Assessment have a 16-week target date. A planning decision is usually valid for five years, unless your planning permission has a specific time limit on it.

What are typical architects fees?

As a rule of thumb, you can expect to pay your architect between 8 and 15% of the construction cost for their ‘full services’; this breaks down as 35% up to planning, 35% up to tender, and 30% during construction, as the illustrated example below aims to demonstrate.