In this section we attempt to answer all of your question about the design, manufacture and installation of your conservatory.
Planning Permission & Process
Many people are daunted by the process of planning permission. When you install an All Seasons Roof Conservatory you need not worry. We have a section that will do all the legwork for you. We have been arranging planning permission for years and we know how to do it quickly and easily. This section answers some of the most frequently asked questions.
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Planning permission in Scotland
In Scotland, unlike in England and in Wales you will need a building warrant before starting any work on your premises, even when you don’t need planning permission. In Scotland planning permission is not required if your conservatory meets the following criteria. All Seasons Roof will deal with the planning permission on your behalf.
How Close To A Boundary Can You Build A Conservatory?
You can install your conservatory up to two metres of the boundary, but this close the eaves can only go up to three metres. See the Party Wall Act 1996 for more information.
Do you need planning permission to build a conservatory?
Whether you need planning permission or not will depend on the type of conservatory installation you have ordered and the house that you have. Many conservatories do not require planning permission. Either way we will handle it for you so you won’t have to hassle.
You won’t require planning permission under the following conditions:
- The construction should not be more that fifty percent of the size of your home
- There should be no raised platforms, verandahs or balconies
- It can’t be higher than the peak of the existing roof
- It must be less than 4 metres high
- It may not obstruct a public road
- Only fifty percent of the land surrounding the house can contain buildings
- Single-storey back extensions may not extend more than three metres from the back wall of an attached house and four metres off a detached house
- Listed building consent for listed homes
Find further information at this site planning portal page.
Conservatories On A Listed Building
If you live in a listed building and you would like to invest in a conservatory you should speak to your local authority to find out whether you are likely to obtain planning permission. They can also help you to fill out the application for Listed Building Consent. You can work with one of our expert consultants to design a conservatory that will gain approval. When complete you can submit this with your application. It can take up to eight weeks to obtain permission.
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