There are several things required for most planning applications of timber buildings and the first in our opinion is contact with your local planning department. This should be done in most cases to ensure that you do not require any special documents or information. These type of documents may be required if you are planning to build within a National Park, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, World Heritage Site, Conservation Areas and so on, you will also be in for possibly a long haul and lots of paperwork in these areas.
For full information on outbuildings requirements you can also visit the planning portal
call us on 01963 31247 or email for a free quotation for your planning drawing.
This will depend on the area you live in and the planning office being dealt with, if in a National Park, Conservation Area and so on you will be required to supply a lot more information.
It is also possible that a Flood Report for your area of build will be required, this will involve us or you involving an expert in this field to produce the report. You do not need to live in a conservation area for a flood report, if the planning know of reason of any flooding in your area they will ask for it. A denial of planning could be partly to do with your application so make sure you get the application form and relevant information correct.
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