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Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for All timber garden structures, including Garden Sheds, Summerhouses and Garages are subject to planning permission rules; however, the good news is that the majority of our buildings won''t need to apply for planning permission and you can have a garden building up to 30m2 (internal size). Anything bigger than 30m2 will need the 1 last update 2020/06/07 to go through building regulations. All timber garden structures, including Garden Sheds, Summerhouses and Garages are subject to planning permission rules; however, the good news is that the majority of our buildings won''t need to apply for planning permission and you can have a garden building up to 30m2 (internal size). Anything bigger than 30m2 will need to go through building regulations.
Listed buildings are objects or structures that have been judged by Historic England and the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport to be of national importance in terms of architectural or historic interest. These structures, once approved, feature on a dedicated register called the List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest.
There are increased rules around listed buildings, so any garden building or outbuilding that is to be placed within the curtilage of a listed property will require planning permission. If you go one step further and require a structure to be built and attached to a listed property, you will need both listed building consent AND planning permission (although this is a service that Crane does not offer).
These restrictions should not put you off though, as we build a considerable number of garden buildings for customers with listed properties.
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Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for There are also additional limitations if your property is located on designated land. Designated land is the term used to describe areas of interest such as: national parks, the Broads, World Heritage Sites, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and conservation areas.
There are two main points to get your head around with designated land: one includes conservation areas, one does not:
Obtaining planning permission is not as difficult a process as popular myth would lead you to believe; our dedicated team are always on hand to advise and help if you should have any concerns or wish to check any information with us.
For further information, visit the Government Planning Portal website.
We hope this planning advice has been helpful to you.
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