For new construction on bare ground, you must apply for a building permit. This is Cerfa No. This approach aims to ensure that your project complies with the urban planning rules in force in your area. You must detail your construction project and provide all the supporting documents and documents that are requested. To help you in your steps, De Cordier Immobilier presents the different steps to follow to obtain your building permit and carry out your project.
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Hi Sally, not in your area, however we asked our Maire about what type of application we needed to submit, and this was confirmed by the dessinateur en batiment that he recommended to us. It was a lot easier than we feared, and are now at the stage of declaring the project completed. Bonne chance. Sally Hi. As I understand it up to m2 grd flr area you can submit the drawings but over that you met get architect to prepare drawings and submit.
I cannot find any info on this and have been told it does not exist? I think as it's change of use you'll need to engage an architect and apply for the 'full' permission. Where in the Charente-Maritime are you? Hi Sally, i can't help you to find a mr fix it.. Veluxes and reopening old bricked-in windows were a different matter! Our builder was very helpful in submitting the DP for those, but I understood 'proper' drawings were needed for the full planning application?
I can prepare an amateur scale plan and approximate post-restoration elevations, if that's enough. Our maire is very helpful, it's just the language that's a bit of a problem when we get into 'technicalities'.
Otherwise I shall gird my loins and head down to the Mairie with my dictionnaire and a large bottle of cognac! Christian - many thanks also for the link: I'm sure, given time, I can work out which bit to download! If you are in a little village, the person in charge will probably help you by calling the Direction de l'Equipement on your behalf To answer your question, you can submit your planning application yourself - it's not that tricky.
My suggestion would be to go to your Mairie and ask them to help you complete the paperwork. The extra 'plus' on this approach is that if they have had a hand in your application it is much more likely to proceed smoothly. Good luck! I cannot name the star you are looking for. Trying to save an old stable - planning application help needed!
General Discussion. Hi Sally I think as it's change of use you'll need to engage an architect and apply for the 'full' permission. Regards Val. Catherine - I'll also try to add my name properly. Regards Sally. Hi Sally Can you add your first name to your profile please?
Hi Sally, I cannot name the star you are looking for.
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