Planning permission may be required for a fence, gate or wall. You will need to apply for planning permission if any of the following cases apply: If the fence, wall or gate would be over 1 metre high and next to a highway used by vehicles; or over 2 metres high elsewhere; or; Your house is a Listed Building or is in the..
Do I need to planning permission for detached garage, shed, outbuilding, wall, fence, trellis , railings at my house? You can perform certain types of work without needing to apply for planning permission. This is called 'permittted development'. All the information regarding your "permitted development rights" as well as a..
Nov 2, 2017 . Walls and fences are governed by their own set of rules within the planning system. You can check the permitted development regulations as explained in Planning Householder Permitted DevelopmentOpens new window. Generally, you may not need permission for any walls or fences up to a height of..
Do I Need Planning Permission For a Fence? One of the first questions you may have when you're thinking of putting up a new fence is whether or not you need planning permission. You will need planning permission for a new fence in England if it meets any of the following criteria: the fence is over 2 metres (6.6 feet) tall..
Feb 26, 2018 . Find out if you need planning permission to build a boundary around your home. . You may not have to apply for planning permission if your gate, fence or wall meets the 'permitted development' rules. . For example, you might need approval under the building regulations from the local council
The 2 meter wall next to 82 Coles Green Road, London, NW2 7ES facing the highway was increased to 3 meters in height by using timber fencing on Monday 2nd December 2013. I am unable to find the planning application number for this approved work as I would like to put up a few 3 meter fences as would some of my..
Applications can be made electronically through the Planning Portal or by sending it by e-mail to the Council's Website Homepage at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also down load paper copies of the form to fill out by hand. This information sheet is to assist you in submitting your application. It sets out the details..
If you intend to undertake building work, the owner of the property is responsible for complying with the relevant planning rules and building regulations. If you do not follow the regulations, you will be liable for the remedial action. It is good idea to contact your local planning department to get advice on whether you require..
Certain minor changes to a house do not need planning permission. This leaflet sets out most of the changes that do need planning permission. Not all relevant details can be covered; if you are in any doubt, please contact the Development Enquiry Centre on 0113 222 4409 or email email@example.com. Please bear in mind..
In many cases, you will need to apply for planning permission if you wish to erect or indeed add to a fence, gate or wall
Aug 17, 2017 . We respond to reports of alleged breaches of planning control and we check that development is carried out in accordance with the correct planning permission. Reporting an issue. If you report an alleged breach of planning control we will acknowledge it and deal with it according to our priority list. You will..
DO I NEED PLANNING PERMISSION. OR BUILDING REGULATIONS. Fences Walls & Gates. You can make certain minor changes to your dwellinghouse without the need to apply for planning permission. These changes are classed as. 'permitted development rights' under the provisions of the Town and. Country..
Details of the planning permission and building regulation regimes for fences, gates and garden walls
4.116. Permitted development rights allow the erection, construction, maintenance, improvement or alteration of any gate, fence, wall or other means of enclosure. 4.117. If the gate, fence, wall or other means of enclose exceeds the following limits then an application for planning permission is required. 4.118. The maximum..
If other fencing such as high brick walls were used in these areas the appearance would be marred. This leaflet sets out principles of good practice, and gives advice on what fencing is most appropriate where. Planning applications will be judged against the criteria set out below. The leaflet also explains the circumstances..
Dec 30, 2011 . . at the time of writing. However, information and commentary on the GPDO will concentrate on the English Order, to which radical and controversial changes to Part 1 were made in 2008. . Does the GPDO allow a complete replacement fence, or would planning permission be required? In my opinion the..
Planning Permission Frequently Asked Questions. Can I erect walls, fences and gates? Capped walls made of brick, stone or block with a decorative finish, railings and wooden fences, but not a metal palisade or security fences, can be erected as long as they do not exceed 1.2 metres in height in front of your house or 2..
Feb 25, 2016 . Short answer? Maybe. It depends on the height of the fence, the proximity of roads and (realistically) your relationship with your neighbours. If you follow height regulations, you can likely put up a fence up to 2m in height with no problems. There are different rules for conservation areas and for listed..
Walls, fences and gates. You will need to apply for planning permission if you wish to erect a fence, wall or gate, and: Your house is a listed building or in the curtilage of a listed building. The fence, wall or gate would be over 1 metre high and close to a highway used for vehicles, or over 2 metres high elsewhere. If you wish..
You will require planning permission for any new fence, gate or wall over 2m in height. This will normally include the addition of trellis panels on top of an existing fence if this takes the overall height to above 2m. This may technically also include the addition of wires and brackets to carry a climbing shrub, although this can..