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Do I Need Planning Permission for a Summer House?

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Most summerhouses do not require planning permission. However if the summerhouse covers over half the garden, is not for domestic use or is over 3 metres high, planning permission is required. The height and type of roof also determines if planning permission is mandatory.
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Well, you would have an ongoing legal battle, mounting fees and fines. I am pretty sure, after the initial offense, once they knew your intent, there would be an injunction preventing
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This advice note sets out the Council's position with regard to the release of land and buildings for housing development.
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If they dont seek permission and they get caught, they can ask for restrospective planning permission. If it is not granted they will be made to dismantle it. If they want to move
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From a Planning point of view, there is nothing to stop a development being requested (and granted) that goes right up to a boundary. Indeed I had a house where the garage was hard
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