You'll need permission before you start any work on your home
Get permission to alter your home
We understand that there are times when you want to make small, or sometimes big, changes to your home.
We want to be able to say yes where we can, but sometimes there are good reasons for us to say no.
Please ask us for permission before you make any changes to your home. There are some things where permission is granted automatically if you meet certain conditions.
To find out if you match these conditions, click on the relevant link below. Complete the section with your details, and tick the conditions that you can agree to.
Putting up an aerial on a house
Putting up an aerial on a block of flats
Installing cable TV / Internet in a house
Putting up a satellite dish on a block
Putting up a satellite dish on a house
Installing a cable / Sky multi room system
Getting loft or cavity wall insulation
Fencing in your property’s garden
Putting up a shed
Installing a water butt in your garden
Changing your water / gas / electric meter
Installing a cat flap
Removing kitchen units to install a dishwasher
Installing a shower
Replacing your kitchen, bathroom, windows or doors
Upgrading your heating system
Installing flooring, other than lino or carpet
Creating a drive way / dropping the kerb
Turning your integrated garage into a room
Knocking down a wall / removing a fitted wardrobe
Adding a conservatory or extension to your home
Converting your loft into a room
Installing new door ways
Other work to your home
Please don’t start any work or book anything in until you've got permission to do it, or until you’ve checked that you meet the criteria for permission to be granted.
If you live in a right to buy property, or a property that was once owned by us or a local authority and you’ve been told you need to ask us for permission, please write to us or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org giving as much information as possible.