Free Guide To Permitted DevelopmentPublished on 6th August 2016
We often hear from homeowners who are hesitant to undertake a garden studio project due to fears over the amount of planning permission that could be involved.
However, one of the best things about installing a garden studio, is that they rarely need any planning permission at all. Most garden studios and outbuildings can be installed on a property under the home owners permitted development rights – but this is still something many prospective garden studio buyers are unaware off.
To arm them with the right knowledge, and give all our customers and potential customers the peace of mind they need when working with us on a garden studio project, we’ve put together a guide to permitted development and building regulations. Our comprehensive guide also includes further information on lawful development and pre-planning that could help homeowners avoid a lengthy planning application, wherever possible.
Through this, we are looking to inform as many homeowners as possible – aware that many are looking to make the most of the space their property has to offer. On top of this, the move towards working from home and self-employment means that many home owners need additional, but separate space, in order to create balance in their home and working lives.
This is where the garden studio really comes into its own – and why so many UK households would benefit from the installation of a modern garden room…if only they knew how simple the process could be!