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Porches - Offering useful space and savings on heating bills

A porch is a functional addition to a property, providing a dry and secure space before entering a dwelling. It also saves on heating costs by creating an additional buffer to the outdoor elements. In order to construct a porch without Planning Permission, the following should be adhered to. It should be noted that any design concept only slightly beyond these limitations can still be accepted, within reason.


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Last modified: 14 October 2015.