Sunday, May 23, 2010

What are the regs on a out-house.?

Can you build a brick / block, shed / workshop in your garden, I thought under fixtures %26amp; fittings it had to be wood but i now hear you dont need planning if it is less than 4m high x 9m wide and is away from the main property. Thanx

What are the regs on a out-house.?
you can get away with it even if it is attached to the main building as long as it's below certain measurement and you don't put a proper roof on it, instead you can use the corrugated sheeting or (I can't remember what it's called) but it's clear double glazed and you can use it for conservatory's
Reply:you crazy Brits in America an out-house is an outdoor W.C.
Reply:There can be local variations with respect to garden buildings. What you say sounds plausible but it's best to avoid guessing on this matter.

For example, I lived in an area where the maximum height (without planing permission) was 9' (less than 3m).

The safest thing for you to do is to pop down to your local Town Hall and check with the planning department.

You may also like to see if the local library has a copy of the building regulations for you to examine.

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