Determining the type of wall: The type of boundary wall you want to change will affect the planning and permission process. For example, a listed wall or a wall in a conservation area may require additional permissions.
Assessing the impact: The construction of a new boundary wall or the modification of an existing one can have an impact on the surrounding area. It’s essential to assess this impact and determine whether any mitigating measures are necessary.
Obtaining permissions: Depending on the type and location of the boundary wall, you may need to obtain planning permission, building regulations approval, or both. In some cases, you may also need permission from your neighbors.