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PE01688: Permitted development rights in conservation areas

Housing Planning

Petitioner: Alastair Ewen on behalf of Westerton Garden Suburb Residents Association


Closing Date for Online Petition: 08 May 2018

Calling on the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to review the permitted development rights legislation, which we consider impacts unfairly on residents of conservation areas and listed buildings in Scotland.

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What is your view on residents of conservation areas or listed buildings having to pay £202 to submit a planning application to make improvements to look after their property, when this is not a requirement of the general population?

Would it be more equitable, in your opinion, to encourage residents to consult with their local planning department without incurring a fee when considering simple house maintenance?


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