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It has been assumed that the fence is not at a school where there is permitted development for a fence up to 2 metres high provided that the fence does not create an obstruction to the view of persons using the highway as to be likely to cause danger to such persons
This Q&A outlines the planning law when erecting and replacing a fence above the 1 metre allowance for permitted development.
Under Class A of Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015, SI 2015/596, Sch 2 Pt 1, ‘the erection, construction, maintenance, improvement or alteration of a gate, fence, wall or other means of enclosure’ is permitted development and therefore would not require planning permission, provided certain conditions are met.
The GPDO, SI 2015/596, Sch 2 Pt 2, para A.1 goes on to state that development is not permitted under Class A if the height of the fence erected or constructed adjacent to a highway used by vehicular traffic exceeds 1 metre above the ground (or 2 metres for any other fence above ground level). As the fence referred to in the Q&A
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