Do you need Planning Permission for a Garden Room ?
Planning permission regulations were revised and relaxed in 2008. The information provided here is intended as a guide as to how this may affect Garden Rooms.
All garden rooms constructed by Carberry Garden Rooms are under 2.5 metres in height and can be sited near a boundary. Note: If you live in a listed building, flat , maisonette or an area of natural beauty you will need to contact your local authority.
“Outbuildings” are considered to be “permitted development”, not needing planning permission. However this statement is subject to the following conditions:
If you want to put up a garden building the Building Regulations will normally not apply if the floor area of the building is no more than 15m² and contains no sleeping accommodation.
If the floor area is between 15m² and 30m², you will not normally be required to apply for building regulations approval providing that the building contains no sleeping accommodation and it is either at least 1m from any boundary or is constructed of substantially non combustible materials.
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