Once you start building a new home, it is common to discover that you need to want to make small changes to the design.
Rather than make a whole new application for planning permission, you can apply for a non-material amendment (NMA) or a minor material amendment (MMA).
Only very small changes are covered by an NMA, anything else required an MMA (also known as a Section 73).
In this case, the application wanted relatively small changes to the house he was planning to build for his family. We worked with his architect to put together a drawings pack, prepared a detailed supporting statement to justify the proposal and were delighted when Barnet Council granted permission.