A porch also comes in handy for storage purposes, providing you with an area where you can hang up coats and jackets and put down shoes.
It isn’t until they have a discussion with one of our consultants that some customers become aware of the possibility of needing planning permission to have a porch built at their home.
Getting planning permission for a porch organised, when necessary, is a straightforward process when it’s being handled on your behalf by Permaframe.
We can approach the relevant local authority and help out with the paperwork etc.
If the porch is classified as being a Permitted Development, no application for planning permission is needed.
These are the guidelines that must be met:
Added to that, some porches can also need building regulations approval prior to being constructed.
This won’t be the case if the porch satisfies the following criteria:
You can get UPVC and aluminium porches at Permaframe, and have your chosen porch finished in just about any colour you like.
For any extra advice or information you need in relation to porches, make contact with the team here.
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