Building control and planning
If you are improving or repairing one of your properties, or converting a single dwelling, then you may need building regulations approval and/or planning permission.
If you are carrying out any building work, except for minor repairs/improvements, it is likely that you will need building regulations approval. Building regulations are legal requirements to ensure adequate standards of building work in domestic and commercial buildings.
You can find further information on our building control page.
You are likely to need planning permission for the following types of works:
- Changing the use of a dwelling (such as a conversion to flats or to a House in Multiple Occupation)
- An extension to an existing property or a new building
You may also need permission for more minor work in areas that are subject to extra controls (such as within a conservation area). You can contact our Planning Department for advice before starting any work to a property.
The Landlords Forum provides an opportunity for landlords and others who have an interest in the private rented sector to meet and network together. Information and presentations are provided by speakers with knowledge and experience of the private rented sector.
The forum is held twice a year, typically in February and July.
Next meeting of the Landlords Forum
Wednesday, March 1, 2023 at 5.30pm at Wrexham Glyndwr University.
Speakers to include:
- Sandra Towers – National Residential Landlords Association
- Nick Hodgetts – Glixtone, Damp and Mould Specialists
- Bethan Jones – Rent Smart Wales update
- Local authority update
- Jo Seymour – Warm Wales – ECO 4 update
- North Wales Fire and Rescue Service – provisional at present
Please meet in the main reception area of Wrexham Glyndwr University. Refreshments will be provided.
The forum is expected to end at 7.30pm
- If you are a landlord with property in Wales you need to be registered with Rent Smart Wales
- You also need to be licensed if you are a ‘self-managing’ landlord (if you use a letting agent instead they will need a licence)