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Over the past few years we have found ourselves handling several large planning applications for solar-farm projects.
Where planning permission is required, the Council will want to ensure that solar panels are sited where they do minimal harm to the appearance of the property and
to the area. If you can site the solar panel at the rear or side of the property, this may be the best approach and may not need planning permission. The Council may
refuse applications for solar panels that are attached to the front elevations of houses or are prominently sited. In order to provide you with an informal opinion as to whether planning permission is required please get in touch with us.
Do I need planning permission?
The installation of solar panels and equipment on residential buildings and land may be 'permitted development' with no need to apply to the Local Planning Authority for planning permission. There are, however, important limits and conditions which must be met to benefit from these permitted development rights
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