Article 4 direction | South Norfolk Council

Article 4 direction

Article 4 directions are made when the character of an area of acknowledged importance would be threatened by development. They are most common in conservation areas.

An Article 4 direction removes certain rights that you would normally have to carry out certain works to your property, such as the ability to alter windows or construct extensions.

Where a property is affected by an Article 4 direction, you will need to submit a planning application before you start any works. A fee will be required.

Download the Guide to Article 4 Direction for Trowse: Questions and Answers here.

Download the Article 4 Direction No.2 Trowse-with-Newton here.