If you’ve got an upcoming building project, you don’t want to get halfway through construction and get caught out. So make sure you check out this guide from Waltons.
So whether you’re adding your own man-cave, summerhouse or arts-and-crafts studio to your outdoor space, take time to read our expert advice. The good thing is, most garden buildings come under permitted development rights, which means you don’t need planning permission. However, there are some pitfalls to be aware of.
With over 100 years worth of experience, we’re experts in everything sheddie. And with all the questions we’ve got over the years about planning permission, we thought it’s high time to answer them in one succinct way.
So before you take the plunge, check out our quick guide below to find out more:
And if you’re not sure if some of the criteria we’ve mentioned affects you, don’t be put off. Your local authority planning department will be happy to discuss your ideas and it’s incredibly easy to apply for planning permission online via www.planningportal.co.uk.
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