Planning Requirements | Oak Conservatories

Planning Requirements

planning_requirementsPlanning requirements for conservatories and similar structures

Richmond Oak is experienced in the design and building of conservatories, orangeries, garden houses and pool enclosures in all situations. From the initial discussion our designer will be able to advise you about what may or may not be acceptable. They will then guide your design through the planning and approval processes. Depending on your situation planning issues may include:

  • The original planning permissions that apply to your property or local area
  • The proximity of your new structure to a road, footpath or alleyway
  • The percentage of original land that will be covered by the new structure
  • Its height and whether it has a ‘tiled roof’
  • The volume of the new construction and its proximity to other garden buildings
  • Its use – for example as an office for a business

Request information.

Your Richmond Oak designer will advise you in more detail once they have seen your proposed site. You may also find it helpful to visit www.conservatoryadvice.com and  www.planningportal.gov.uk which is the Government’s planning information website.

 

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