Do You Need Planning Permission for Composite Cladding?

In most cases, you will not need planning permission for composite cladding if applying it to the exterior of your property as an aesthetic change. However, you may require planning permission depending on the details of your composite cladding project, e.g. the property is listed or above a certain height.

For advice on planning permission for composite cladding on a raised building or installing composite cladding at a listed property, please contact your local planner or architect.

Gary is the founder and CEO of Ecoscape UK. Gary graduated from Liverpool JM University in 2007 with a 2:1 in Economics. A passion for innovation, design and sustainability, Gary has put to market numerous wpc products/systems, some of which have UK and European registered designs. Outside of work Gary enjoys spending time with his family, the great outdoors and watching Manchester United.