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We have recently bought a new house which we are going to renovate. It's 1950s so the kitchen is very small and has a low ceiling so we want to knock through into another room, do I need to get planning permission to knock a wall down?
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Also as pointed out by grumbler you'll probably need building control involved though. They're two separate things.
Planning permission = Makes sure your house is in keeping with the neighbourhood and doesn't upset your neighbours.
Building control = Makes sure you follow building regs and that whatever work you do is up to standard.