Planning Consent & Building Warrant regulations
I’m in the process of buying a home on the Isle of Skye.
Attached to the main house, is a single story lean-to store room (see photos A and B attached).
On moving in to this property I’d like to replace the existing roof with a glass one to allow more light into the storeroom so that frost-tender plants can grow there.
At the same time, I’d like to replace one of the windows in the storeroom with a bigger window, again to allow more light and sun into the store room (see Photo C attached).
The replacement window would be no wider than the existing window. It would simply be a larger window by extending the length to near floor level.
The property is neither in a conservation area nor is a listed building.
I’d be most grateful if you can advise in principle if either a Building Warrant or Planning Consent would be needed to replace the existing roof in the single story lean-to store room with a glass roof, or if either a Building Warrant or Planning Consent would be needed to replace one of the existing windows in the single story lean-to store room with another window of the same width but a larger one by extending the length to near floor level.
Any advice you can offer would be much appreciated and many thanks in advance.
Question Posted By – Jonathan In Area – Scottish Islands
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