| Commentary

130 Permitted use

| Commentary

D: USE OF THE GARDEN

1: PLANNING CONTROL

130 Permitted use

A garden occupied in conjunction with a house or flat will be regarded as part of the ‘curtilage’ of the dwelling1; as such it has ‘residential’ planning use2. When development or change of use is proposed or has taken place in the garden, planning permission may be required. The erection of garages or garden sheds may be authorised by the General Development Order3, except where the garden is in a conservation area, where an Article 4 direction4 is in force, or

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