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This is a very useful guest post by Skylark Garden Rooms explaining the Permitted Development rules when building a garden room in Scotland.
In many instances you can build a garden room without the need to apply for Planning Permission, but you do need to comply with the Permitted Development rules.
In many cases a garden room can be built without the need for Planning Permission. But you must comply with Permitted Development. This guide looks at the rules.
Do you need Planning Permission to build your garden room? This is the first question you should ask yourself! In many cases you wont need to apply for Planning Permission but you do need to check your individual circumstances, because whether you do need it or not depends on where you live and the size and shape of the garden room you are planning.
This issue takes a close look at perhaps the first question you should ask yourself when buying a garden room, office or studio – “Do you need Planning Permission?” We have taken a different approach to showing the rules relating to garden rooms by creating a visual guide.
If you live in a Conservation Area, or indeed a Listed Building, National Park, Area of Outstanding Beauty or a Site of Scientific Interest you will have to apply for Planning Permission if you want to build any type of garden room.
Many prospective garden room buyers are put off the idea if they find they need to apply for planning permission, but it needn’t be a stressful, time consuming process as your supplier will handle it for you, and applying for planning permission may just mean you get a better garden room than you first thought
Planning permission guidelines for garden rooms are well documented, but the Building Regulations relating to garden rooms are not so clear.