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Conservatory / Conservatories attached to Residential Dwellings

Conservatory and Conservatories

Conservatory - A larger footprint will likely require planning permission

There is often confusion relating to the planning enforcement connected to residential conservatories, when they are relatively straightforward. In principle, provide the dimensions are reasonable, there is no requirement for a formal Planning Application, commonly referred to as �Permitted Development�.

In order to erect a conservatory without Planning Permission, the following should be adhered to. It should be noted that any other design concept beyond these can still be accepted within reason.


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Last modified: 26 August 2019.