planning permission for hot tubs. the simple answer is no, you do not need planning permission for a hot tub. so, if youre planning on just having your hot tub sit on a patio or within an existing structure youre all set.
i understand you need planning permission if decking is above 30cm, at some points in the garden it will be less than this and at some points more. my questions are: 1. do i need planning permission? 2. if so how much will it cost? 3. if so can i instead build a retaining wall at the bottom half of the garden, fill with earth and then build the
do i need planning permission for a garden room? garden rooms or buildings do not require planning permission, if they fall within permitted development guidelines. to classify as an outbuilding under permitted development rules, it must not contain sleeping accommodation and must be single storey with a maximum eaves height of 2.5m.
does new garden decking need planning permission? as long as the height falls below 300mm, garden decking and other similar structures can be built without planning permission, as long as certain criteria are met available at planningportal.co.uk .
as with the majority of building and construction projects, most decking areas require planning permission before they are built. the majority of retrospective planning applications are rejected. if you do not have the correct planning permission, you could be ordered to dismantle your new deck.
planning permission requirements for decking. planning permission is not required for decking as long as it meets the following criteria. limbo under those requirements and you avoid the hassle of planning permission and can start building your deck right now. however, we get that not everyone can build to these requirements.
i would suggest the planners are classing decking as a 'raised platform' and hence saying it does need planning permission if you put it in after 1st october 2008. print out the page of this forum that includes the pictures and discussion re. your decking from last august - it can't harm your case for proving it was in before october - whether its a legal form of evidence or not, i'm not sure?
pinnacle, as i read it, the new regulations do not permit development which includes the provision of a veranda, balcony or raised platform. i would suggest the planners are classing decking as a 'raised platform' and hence saying it does need planning permission if you put it in after 1st october 2008.