Do I Need Planning Permission for a Conservatory?


No. New Government rules state that a conservatory added to your home could be considered to be permitted development - in other words planning permission is not needed. Conservatory is a structure composed partly or entirely of glass attached to the house and within which a large number of plants are grown and enjoyed.
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A conservatory requires a planning permission, because it is treated the same way as any other extension under the UK planning regulations. A permit is required if the conservatory will cover more than 50 percent of the garden, if it is higher than the highest part of the roof of the house, and if it is more than 4 metres high.
Planning permission is needed for conservatories. Approximately, 60% of conservatories require planning permission.
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