Garden room planning applications
If your garden room project requires planning permission, there are specialist companies who can help you gain a successful outcome.
If you are planning a taller garden room design, than Permitted Development allows, perhaps, to offer extra headroom in a garden gym. Or maybe you want to be free of the positioning rules outlined by the Permitted Development. Then a planning application will be required.
If you live in a flat or maisonette, a Listed Building, a National Park, a Site of Natural Beauty or a World Heritage site, the Permitted Development rules don't apply, so you will require planning approval to build a garden room.
Your application is much more likely to be successful if you work with a specialist planning consultant.
Some garden room companies have in-house planning experts or engage a planning specialist's services on projects requiring a planning application. They include these services as part of the overall package they offer.
You can, however, engage a planning consultant yourself to advise on your project. There are a few companies that particularly focus on garden room buildings, and we hear they have impressive success rates.
Garden room planning specialists
DWG Plans Ltd has helped customers all over England to secure planning permission from simple outbuilding/garden office projects to self-contained living annexes, double-storey extensions and loft conversions. DWG Plans pride itself in offering high-quality architectural plans along with 3D renders of the customer's projects, giving the best opportunity for the planning permission to be granted the first time.
Tel: 023 8184 0171