Conservatory in a semi detached house

Conservatory in a semi detached house

Do I Need Permission - Ask An Expert Would planning permission be required for a large conservatory with a fire wall in a semi detached house.
Question Posted By – Sandra Bedborough In Area – East Central Scotland

  1. Do I Need PermissionDo I Need Permission09-29-2014

    Hello Sandra.

    You can build a conservatory on a semi-detached house when it meets certain criteria.

    •Any part of the conservatory is NOT forward of the front elevation (elevation facing road) or side elevation that faces a road.
    •Semi or terrace house – The conservatory is NOT greater than 16 metres sq or 10% of the original ground floor area. (up to a maximum of 30 metres sq whichever is greater)
    •Detached house – The conservatory is NOT greater than 24 metres sq or 20% or the original ground floor area. (up to a maximum of 30 metres sq whichever is greater)
    •Is NOT a flat, apartment or tenement.
    •Is NOT within a conservation area.
    •Is NOT a listed building.

    To find out more on conservatory planning permission please visit our conservatory page.

    http://doineedpermission.co.uk/planning-permission-conservatory

    Note you will require a building warrant for this type of work.

    Thanks for using Do I Need Permission.

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