Question Bricking up an airy house
Hello please can you tell me if you need any council permission to brick up an airy house that I own ?
I recently shadowed a Surveyor on a Airey House. All Airey Houses on that street had been bricked up/cladded.
I was informed with any non-standard construction properties, you will need to gain an approved licence (also known as a repair scheme for a PRC.)
As to per Dr J's note, you will need to contact the local authority.
But from a planning permission perspective, you need permission if you clad/brick up your property over 25% of the whole dwelling.
Hope this helps?