Listed Building work conversion of Grade 2 listed use class E to Takeaway?

Listed Building work conversion of Grade 2 listed use class E to Takeaway?

6:33 AM, 17th May 2022, About 2 years ago 2

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Permitted Development PD and listed building conversion work. Linda Wright and Andrew Roberts are back answering Planning Permission questions and Gorilla investor poses some great ones today.

Today we seek to answer the following questions.

1) Can you use permitted development to undertake a commercial conversion on a listed building?

2) Can I convert a use class E building to a takeaway without planning permission?

3) Does permitted development class MA apply to grade 2 listed buildings?

4) Do I need planning permission to do building work on a grade 2 listed Building?

5) Can I convert the garage to residential at the back of a listed building?

6) Are commercial to commercial conversion easy?

7) Differences between a cafe/restaurant and a takeaway

8) Delisting a listed building

9) genesis planning application

10) A useful quick guide to the different listed building types from Grade 2 listed to Grade 2* listed  Grade 1 listed and scheduled ancient monument and the reasons why a building is listed

11) Requirements for works within the setting of a listed building

Packed with useful questions and no-nonsense answers for property developers undertaking commercial conversion on commercial property.

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Reluctant Landlord

16:07 PM, 17th May 2022, About 2 years ago

basically...not worth considering at all given the headache alone going through Planning... never mind the costs of gaining such permission before you even start.


13:34 PM, 20th May 2022, About 2 years ago

Reply to the comment left by DSR at 17/05/2022 - 16:07
Personally I agree with you.

I do have clients however who fall in love with beautiful buildings and are prepared to take the pain as the margins they work on are worth it.

My view yes ROI might work but ROT and ROE dont. Return on Time and Return on Effort

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