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How far can you extend your house with planning permission?
Extensions of more than one storey must not extend beyond the rear wall of the original house by more than three metres. Anything more than three metres and you would require planning permission for the extension. The maximum eaves and ridge height of your extension must be no higher than the existing house.
How far can you extend without permission?
The permitted development rules have recently been relaxed, allowing you to build an extension without planning permission of up to six metres (or eight metres if your house is detached).
How far can you extend without planning permission UK 2021?
If your extension is one storey, it can extend up to six metres from the property – although if your house is detached, this is extended to 8 metres.
What size extension can I build?
If you are planning and designing a single storey extension, this means it can be up to 6m from the original rear wall of an attached house (or 8m on a detached property) and up to 4m in height. If your extension is to be within 2m of your property’s boundary, the eaves height is limited to 3m.
Can I extend my house if it has already been extended?
There is no set amount of extensions that you can do. If your house already has an extension, it is possible to make this extension larger by extending it further or demolishing it and rebuilding it a different shape or size. …
How much can I extend my house without planning 2021?
You do not need planning permission for all extensions depending on the size, without planning permission you can build up to six metres or eight if your house is detached. However there are other rules we have laid out below: No more than half of the land around the house can be covered by other buildings.
How tall can an extension to a house be?
The extension cannot be higher than the highest part of the roof of the existing dwelllinghouse. The extension cannot be higher than the height of the eaves of the existing dwellinghouse. If your extension is located within 2 metres of a boundary of your house, the eaves height of the extension cannot exceed 3 metres.
Do you need planning permission for a rear extension to a house?
On Article 2(3) designated land* all side extensions will require householder planning permission. For single storey extensions. Single-storey rear extensions cannot extend beyond the rear wall of the original house* by more than four metres if a detached house; or more than three metres for any other house.
How big can I build an extension without planning permission?
Permitted development rules for side extensions 1 Must not front onto the road 2 Single storey only 3 Maximum of three metres out from the original house 4 Must not be more than half the width of the original house
Can a two storey extension be built on the side of a house?
MATERIALS: The materials used should be similar in appearance to that of the existing house. LOCATION: Two storey extensions to the side or front of the original house are not permitted development. OTHER: No verandas, balconies would be allowed without planning permission.