Do WETHERALDS Garden Rooms need Planning Permission?
One of the greatest advantages of a Garden Room (as it’s not attached to the structure of your home) is that in most instances, the installation will be classed as permitted development. There are some specific exclusions depending upon your circumstances and where you would like to locate the Garden Room, but each of our Garden Room styles is compliant with the guidance for permitted development.
- Your new Wetheralds Garden Room will need to be erected to the rear of your home as you aren’t permitted to develop these structures in front of your property.
- Each of our Wetheralds Garden Room Styles has a maximum eaves height of 2.5m and is under 30m2 to comply with regulations so planning permission isn’t required.
- There are restrictions in a conservation area and different authorities may have different requirements so we would always advise you to inquire with your local planning authority if you are in a conservation area.