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Using Local Authority Websites
If anyone wishes to get planning approval to build on a piece of land, they must submit an application, which then becomes a matter of public record. What this means is that you can walk into any planning department and ask to see the Planning Register, in which all the applications and decisions (where they have been reached) are recorded. Many councils now publish them on their websites. For a list of local Authority planning departments in Gloucestershire, see below
- Gloucester City Council
- Tewkesbury Borough Council
- Cheltenham Borough Council
- Stroud District Council
- Cotswold District Council
- Forest of Dean District Council
Useful links for Gloucestershire
- Gloucestershire Council Planning Office
- Gloucestershire Tourist Information
- Cotswolds Tourist Information
- Zoopla - Gloucestershire
- What's on in Gloucestershire
Real self-build stories from Homebuilding & Renovating magazine
Completed 1970s Self Build
Carol and Gerry Walsh have created a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home out of the shell of someone else's self build that, 30 years after breaking ground, still wasn't finished.
Amazing Bungalow Remodel
Penny Shankar has transformed a 1950s bungalow by adding a flat-roofed timber-frame structure on top, creating a modernist two-storey home.
Image: Gloucester cathedral, Gloucester, England.