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    Afternoon Fellas,

    I’m in the process of doing some shuffling round at the house and was wondering what my entitlements were regarding permitted development for buildings in the back garden... I’ve fried my brain reading so many things and am asking those in here that are in the know and deal with this sort of stuff daily for guidance....

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    Ross

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    what are you planning to do Ross? largely depends on boundaries, neighbours and scale as to what you can and cant do

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    Depends on the local authority sometimes too, no?

    If I recall, some will have a looser approach to PD.

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    From memory provided you are not Listed Building or AONB, then if you stick to 4m high or less (with a pitch roof) and keep it 2m away from a boundary you can build up to 50% of your entire garden under Permitted Rights.

    A simple guide for outbuildings is here:

    https://www.planningportal.co.uk/inf...3/outbuildings

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    Local planning team will normally do a free session as well so you can get a good idea in your local area as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murray View Post
    what are you planning to do Ross? largely depends on boundaries, neighbours and scale as to what you can and cant do
    I’ll post up some photos and measurements when I get a chance tomorrow Murray, that way I can get a decent view from those in the know....

    It’s a lovely little mid terrace cottage at the end of a no through road.... so out buildings need to be in keeping however, need to be a useable size...

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnfm View Post
    Depends on the local authority sometimes too, no?

    If I recall, some will have a looser approach to PD.
    I do have the chairman of the council on the payroll John, but I’d like to do this correctly without pulling strings....

    Quote Originally Posted by S1ARM View Post
    Thanks Drew, I’ll look at this before sleeping tonight ����

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy View Post
    From memory provided you are not Listed Building or AONB, then if you stick to 4m high or less (with a pitch roof) and keep it 2m away from a boundary you can build up to 50% of your entire garden under Permitted Rights.

    A simple guide for outbuildings is here:

    https://www.planningportal.co.uk/inf...3/outbuildings
    Thank you Guy, thankfully it’s not listed however, I will need to build on the boundary....
    Again, this will make good bedtime reading ����

    Quote Originally Posted by Hughesie View Post
    Local planning team will normally do a free session as well so you can get a good idea in your local area as well.
    Perfect! That sounds like a great approach, I have a planning meeting to attend on Monday, so I’ll ask them if this is possible.....

    Thanks a lot fellas, great help ����

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    No string pulling needed - but read the local authority's guidance on PD - as they all seem to have slightly different approaches to PD.

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    All the above apply - unless adjacent to highway - got caught out by that and had to get FPP.

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