Long story short (well not really) but my draftsman submitted endorsed plans but according to the energy report one of the windows needed to increase by 800mm (he organised the energy report).
The BS picked up that the 800mm extra in the window was reflected on the endorsed drawings and requested an email from council to say it was acceptable or within their guidelines.
It certainly is.
But council will want a secondary amendment to the plans to review it.
My question is - seeing as he should of done it in the first place should he be liable to pay for the amendment and fix his mistake?
His adement that the permit condition allows for such changes and it’s not required.