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The general planning principles and the procedures for making a planning application described on this website apply equally to owners of houses and to freeholders or leaseholders of flats and maisonettes. However, the rules that say when you need to apply for planning permission will differ according to whether you own a house or a flat/maisonette.
Parliament has given the main responsibility for planning to local planning authorities. If you have any queries about a particular case, the first thing to do is to ask the planning department of your local council. You may also be able to find out more about planning law in your local library.
If you are concerned about a legal problem involving planning, you may need to get professional advice or ask your local Planning Office.