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Do you need planning consent for windows or doors?

Monday, 23rd October 2017

If you’re replacing windows or doors in your home you may need Planning Permission or Listed Building Planning Consent

If you’re thinking about enjoying the benefits of energy efficient glazing by installing new windows or doors, finding your way through the planning requirements in England can be confusing.

The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has created a flowchart that details the planning process, and which can help you determine whether planning permission or listed building planning consent is required for your window or door replacement.

See more: Do you need planning permission when replacing windows or doors?
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