@cowittullik asked 5 months ago.

My house plans have been passed by local council how do i change a couple of things?

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@exuppyrret answered 5 months ago.

You have to submit a variation, or a change of the original approved plans. This is a more complex process and will require an architect or a professional builder to carry out.
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@tatiderrap- answered 5 months ago.

If you have your house plans drawn up by an architect, you have to get council approval before you start building. After that, the architect will usually pass on the plans to a builder who can then start construction. If you have drawn up the plans yourself, you can pass them on to a builder.
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@iduwinny- answered 5 months ago.

You can change up small things like paint colours, light fittings and flooring, but you'll need to get council approval for any structural changes.
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@henogali answered 5 months ago.

When you have made changes to your plans, you will need to submit new plans to the council. Your plans will need to be stamped and signed by a registered professional engineer or architect.
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@ejuzubul answered 5 months ago.

 

Firstly, you will need to contact the relevant council and ask them what you can do. Some councils allow you to make a few alterations to a house plan without having to go through the whole approval process again. For example, you may be able to change the size of a room or a door.

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