| Commentary

134 Temporary uses

| Commentary

134 Temporary uses

If a proposed use by third parties represents a change in use for the purposes of planning law and is to be permanent, then it is likely to require planning permission1, not apart from any works which may require planning permission and byelaw consent as engineering works or alterations. A temporary or incidental use within the garden or of the house with which the garden is held does not require permission, for example temporary parking of a caravan2 where the caravan is not an independent dwelling unit with its own electricity etc.

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