fencing planning permission guidance for erecting steel fencing products made by Paramount Steel Fence As a general guide most development within England and
Details of the planning permission and building regulation regimes for Fencesgates and garden wallsThis guidance relates to the planning regime for England
You will need planning permission for a new fence in England if it meets any of the following criteria the fence is over metres ( feet) tall the fence is over metre ( feet) tall and next to a road or footpath
If the fence exceeds those heightsyou need to apply for planning permissionHowever if you replace a like for like wall or fence then you also don t need to apply for planning permission in England (regardless of height) so replacing a m high wall adjacent to a highway with an identical wall is ok but replacing a m high wall next to a
The fence is some distance from both houses so shouldn t be any impact on lightetcThat is the maximum height permitted without planning permission in theory you could have any height
Planning permission advice for fences and walls written to suit Scottish and English planning regulationsEnglandNorth East England Do I need planning
To erect a wallgate or fence Providing a wall fence or gate does not obstruct the view of somebody using a highway or endanger a highway user planning permission is not required adjacent to a highway used by vehicles for walls fences and gates up to metre high.
My new place in CanterburyEngland doesn t have an enclosed rear garden due to a fence never being erectedDo I need planning permission from the council to erect a metre high fence at the edge of my boundary with the public pavement
Planning Permission on FenceSomewhere in England in that I dont need planning permission as the fence will eventually be behind a hedgeWhat a waste of
Planning permission Decision issues Object to fence wall without the need for planning permission in England and Wales under permitted development rights
Planning permission is not required to take down an existing wallfence or gate or to alter maintain or improve an existing fence wall or gate (no matter how high) if you dont increase its height.
Planning permission can be a complicated process for even simple applicationsAs a general guide most development within England and Wales would normally require planning permission
The UK law concerning fenceswalls and gates Planning permissionYou will require planning permission for any new fence gate or wall over m in height.
You will need to apply for planning permission if you wish to erect or add to a fencewall or gate and it would be over metre high and next to a highway used by vehicles (or the footpath of such a highway) or over metres high elsewhere or
Planning Permission for FencesGates and GardensWe can help you to carry out your applicationPlanning Consultants in London.
In many casesyou will need to apply for planning permission if you wish to erect or indeed add to a fence gate or wall.
Planning Permission on Fenceit WILL need planning permission for a fence over metre higheven if the fence is only out from the wall of the house