Do You Need Planning Permission for a Shed?


The construction of new buildings, substantial alterations and additions or a fundamental change of use of land or buildings will, in most cases, require planning permission. To build a garage/shed/swimming pool one, possibly needs permission but there are certain permitted development rights that allow new buildings within residential property without permission.
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Generally, one does not require a planning permission to build a shed in his/her back garden. Nevertheless, a shed that has a floor space of less than 15 square metres normally has to abide by building regulations if it houses living things or used for accommodation.
You do not need Planning Permission or Building Regulation approval to build a shed. Sheds are considered to be permitted development and do not need planning permission as from 1st October 2008. However, it should be single storied and not exceeding four metres.
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