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planning permission

Regulations introduced from the 1 October 2008  affected  the permitted development rights of householders.  A NEW driveway or hardstanding area now requires planning permission in certain cases.

Laying traditional impermeable driveways and hardstanding areas (block paving, tarmac, asphalt,  concrete and imprinted concrete) that can allow uncontrolled runoff of rainwater from front gardens onto roads  CAN contribute to flooding and pollution of water courses hence this change in legislation.

An important aspect to note is that the Suds compliance dictates that run off water is managed. The does not mean permeable paving! Call Drive-Cote Ltd for free impartial advice. – Environment Agency  provides guidance on this.

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