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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 Worcestershire, see below
- Worcester City Council
- Bromsgrove District Council
- Redditch Borough Council
- Malvern Hills District Council
- Wychavon District Council
- Wyre Forest District Council
Useful links for Worcestershire
- Worcestershire Council Planning Office
- Wiltshire Tourist Information
- Up My Street - Worcester
- Homebuilding & Renovating magazine
- Homebuilding & Renovating Show (NEC, Birmingham)
Real self-build stories from Homebuilding & Renovating magazine
A Home in an Orchard
Jenny and Colin Creese’s beautiful new oak frame home – built with the aid of son, Peter – has become a natural addition to their orchard plot. The traditional self build in Worcestershire is inspired by Arts & Crafts architecture, with a heavy roof, complete with catslide and steep pitch, being the focus of the design.