Friday, December 28, 2012

Guide to garden office planning permission

When the Shedworking staff need a helping hand with getting to grips with changes in planning regulations for garden offices, we turn to Lynn Fotheringham at Inside Out. Now, she's put together an excellent guide to the ins and outs of it all which you should read at her site here (which incidentally has a nice new look). ----------------------------------------------------------------------
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  1. Lynn...if I send you over an amazing array of colourful, tasty cup cakes, can you write that out for me,pleaseeeee....

  2. Anonymous11:55 AM

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  3. As long as you stay within a few set rules you shouldn't have a problem and usually don't need planning permission for a garden office. Here is another good article that helped me.