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I have a friend who runs a small school and she would like

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I have a friend who runs a small school and she would like to remove or move a non load-bearing internal wall, in her school which is NOT a listed building.
Are there any circumstance under which this would not be given permitted development?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Structural Engineering
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Expert:  walkereng replied 2 years ago.
I can help. As long the rebuild of the wall is detailed to the standards in the Code, that should not be a problem. The only thing I can see is if the movement of this wall changes the egress pattern or path from the building.