How to apply for planning permission for a garden room more than 2.5m high

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chukwe Thu 10-Sep-20 21:39:07

I need to apply for a planning permission for a garden room at the boundary for about 3m high. What's the best way to go about it?

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Thisismytimetoshine Thu 10-Sep-20 21:49:26

Make a planning application to your local council, unless I'm missing something?!

glassbrightly Sat 12-Sep-20 14:25:31

As above but if you're in an urban area consider taking advice from a planning consultant first - councils are quite reluctant to agree something that sizeable as they're worried it will be turned into accommodation

chukwe Sat 12-Sep-20 20:30:07

glassbrightly

As above but if you're in an urban area consider taking advice from a planning consultant first - councils are quite reluctant to agree something that sizeable as they're worried it will be turned into accommodation

I spoke to a Garden room builder today and he said that councils normally approves Garden rooms easily.

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wegetthejobdone Sun 13-Sep-20 16:58:43

So why are you asking randoms on the internet?

Thisismytimetoshine Sun 13-Sep-20 17:48:35

I spoke to a Garden room builder today and he said that councils normally approves Garden rooms easily.
So you know full well how to go about it... ?

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