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Retroactive application for lawfulness of roof area in continuous use as a private roof terrace

Development Type

Roof terrace/ balcony


Kensington and Chelsea

29 Linden Gardens, London, W2 4HH

Development Type

Roof Terrace


Proposed Development

Retroactive application to demonstrate lawfulness of area of roof having been in continuous use as a private residential roof terrace for a period in excess of four years.


4D Planning's role

4D Planning was commissioned to assist the client to obtain a Certificate of Lawfulness for the continued use of the roof terrace for a period exceeding 4 years. We assisted with the architectural drawings, planning documents including evidence that the roof terrace was built and occupied as a roof terrace ancillary to the main property over this period. We liaised with the planning officers from RBKC and ensured that the application would be approved. Kensingon and Chelsea Council granted retroactive permission (lawful development certificate).



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