BBQ Hut

BBQ Hut

Do I Need Permission - Ask An Expert I live in a conservation area and my home is a grade 2 listed building. I applied for conservation approval and listed building consent with detailed plans to add a BBQ hut in my garden. It was confirmed I did not need LBC or Conservation approval. I checked the planning aspect also.

The hut has been errected 2.20 metres from the nearest boundary and it is below 4 metres in height,
The eaves are1.19 meters the tand otal height including chimney is 3.22 metres , without chimney is 2.90 m.

My neighbour, is objecting, have I followed the rules? I read something about the slope and height and did not quite understand it. Can you hlep please
Question Posted By – Turner In Area – Scottish Borders
This question has been asked in a Scottish region any response below will be specific to Scottish Planning Permission or Building Regulation advice.

  1. Do I Need PermissionDo I Need Permission10-12-2016

    Hello Turner.

    The sizes you mention appear to comply with the permitted development guidelines for planning permission.

    You have done the right by applying for the listed building consent and conservation area consent. If the planning department has confirmed this is not required that confirmation is important to hold on to.

    I take it you provided some drawings with the listed building and conservation applications that showed what you were proposing?

    As your development then meets permitted development regulations there is no need for you to apply for planning permission. If you really wanted to you could apply for a certificate of lawfulness this would confirm that no planning permission is required.

    You would then of covered all aspects, listed building consent, conservation area consent and planning permission.

    Thanks for using Do I Need Permission

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