Permissions in Scotland.

As part of our service and commitment we offer a complete professional service when it comes to conservatory planning and building warrant approval in Scotland. From initial design, we will involve our engineers and all structures will be approved and certified to satisfy current conservatory building regulations. In the event the property has a category listing with historic Scotland or is situated in a conservation area, we will consider the required approach and deal with the necessary legal applications based on our experience and knowledge built up over 25 years in this field.

Where and when required we will meet with a planning officer to discuss the proposal ensuring we can agree the way ahead. Whether your concerns are the conservation area or listed building consents, we will administer and advise you on building and planning permission always with your best interests at heart to ensure necessary consents and approvals.

Conservatory Planning Application.

We have a wealth of experience when it comes to getting planning permission for a conservatory. Our managing director has over 25 years acquired skills in dealing with all types of conservatory planning applications, designs and projects with a very high success rate of approvals. In fact, refusal is very rare due to our approach, expertise and specialist knowledge.

Planning Permission Is applied for through the local authority/council or National park in Scotland
Listed Building Consent This is considered by Historic Scotland (in Scotland)
Their views or considerations and input may vary depending on listing.
Grade A. B. C.
Conservation Area Both the above consent and this consent or approval most certainly would exclude PVCu and in these situations our timber be-spoke designed solutions
Orangeries, Garden Rooms, Sun Lounges and Conservatories in hardwood timber.
Building Warrant In Scotland a building warrant is a legal requirement to build to comply with law to standards of construction and design. We take care of all the plans, applications, calculations, engineering, notes and specification and offer this full service in house as part of our turnkey service.
We ensure our build and construction standard meets the legal standard and that on completion we will process the final completion certificate under
the building act. The initial submission fee in Scotland is based on a project total cost and is variable.

Our useful links offer information on the Planning Portal and various other details on planning permission in Scotland.