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The latest estimations (November 2013) of the amount of installed PV power in the UK by the Department of Energy and Climate Change indicated that there are about 2.6 GW of installed PV capacity in operation, mainly concentrated in the residential and commercial market segment. Larger installations are also present but to a lesser extent. ... (Unhide text)
 
Residential systems can count on a quite swift procedure with minor and relatively few barriers in the installation process, as it takes between 2 and 4 weeks to complete the whole process.

Planning Permission enquiry

For the majority of installations on homes, planning permission is not needed as solar PV enjoys General Permitted Development Rights. These rights do not apply if the solar PV panel would protrude more than 200 millimetres beyond the plane of the wall or the roof slope when measured from the perpendicular with the external surface of the wall or if the highest part of the solar PV equipment is higher than the highest part of the roof, in the case of land within a conservation area or which is a World Heritage Site, where the solar PV equipment would be installed on a wall which fronts a highway, or the solar PV equipment would be installed on a site designated as a scheduled monument, or the building is listed. Moreover, development is only permitted under the conditions that the solar PV equipment is, so far as practicable, sited so as to minimise its effect on the external appearance of the building as well as on the amenity of the area. Therefore before proceeding, a check should be made with the Local Planning Authority on the Permitted Development status.
 
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SpecialistsAn architect or lawyer may be involved.

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