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What Houzz contributors are saying:
Provide sufficient informationMost planning departments will not accept an application if they feel insufficient information has been included so it’s best just to try to ensure everything is included. A set of clear drawings of the ‘existing’ and ‘proposed’, with relevant dimensions, a scale bar and north point, and a location plan is basic. Even if you’re only changing one floor of a house, the planners will generally want all the floor plans, elevations and so on. Sometimes, additional requirements, such as a parking study or bat survey, are needed, too (the pre-app process will helpfully highlight these requirements) before they will even consider the application.