This form is for use by residents who are seeking our consent (as your landlord) for alterations or improvements to your home.
Types of work that require our permission
The type of work for which you require consent would typically include installations such as electric showers and replacement kitchens and bathrooms.
Examples of what requires our prior written permission before erecting, removing or installing include:
- Windows, doors and floors
- Electrical sockets / fittings
- Central heating and fireplaces
- Kitchen and bathroom fitted units
- Bathroom fixtures and showers
- Sheds - maximum size 8 foot by 6 foot and must be placed at least 6 to 8 linear metres from the house. Shed must be removed when/if occupant moves.
- Garages and greenhouses
- Satellite dishes and TV aerials
- Dropped kerbs - please note that dropped kerbs are part of the public highway and are the responsibility of Hertfordshire County Council. Find out more information on its website.
What we will not permit
- Summer houses
- Conservatories, extensions, porches or loft conversions
- Boarding of lofts for storage
- Laminate or hard wood flooring in flats on the first floor or above
- Decking that is raised more than 300mm from the garden surface
- Decking that covers 50 per cent or more of the garden
- Off-street parking where the finished surface is shingle
- Wood-burning stoves/solid fuel appliances where your home has a council-installed heat source
- Moving walls
- Removing internal walls
- Removing chimney stacks
- Removing chimney breast
- Sunken swimming pools
- Artificial grass
These lists are not exhaustive.
Please note: Any requests where a tenant is in arrears or in breach of any other of their tenancy conditions will not be considered and unless there are extenuating circumstances, an Introductory tenant will not be permitted to make any alterations/improvements.
If you have any pictures or plans of the proposed works, you should email these to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address.
Please try to complete as many fields of the form as possible.