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TEMPORARY BUILDINGS & USES

 [GPDO PART 4]

  1. TEMPORARY BUILDINGS [CLASS A]
  2. TEMPORARY USES [CLASS B]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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You may undertake the following works without the benefit of planning permission, subject to satisfying the criteria set out below:-

TEMPORARY BUILDINGS

1. The provision on land of buildings, moveable structures, works, plant or machinery required temporarily in connection with and for the duration of operations being or to be carried out on, in under or over that land or on land adjoining that land.

 except in connection with mining operations or where planning permission has not yet been granted for the associated operations. Ie temporary buildings etc cannot be erected or sited in advance of any planning consent being granted.

 once the works are completed the temporary structures etc must be removed and the land reinstated to its original condition accordingly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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You may undertake the following works without the benefit of planning permission, subject to satisfying the criteria set out below:-

TEMPORARY USES

 The use of any land for any purpose (*) for not more than 28 days total in any calendar year and the provision on the land of any moveable structure for the purposes of the permitted use.

(*) Except the following uses, which are limited to not more than 14 days in any calendar year -

*The Holding of a Market

*Motor vehicle and motor cycle racing, speed trials and associated practising.

 except where the land to be utilised is a building, or within the curtilage of a building.

 the use of the land is for a caravan site (see next section)

 the land is part of of within a SSSI and is the intended use would be for motor sports, clay pigeon shooting or any 'war game' (excluding any formal military activities)

 the use of the land is for the display of an advertisement.

 

 Although it may not always be the case, the use of these rights is usually taken to relate to land within a single planning unit, that is, within a single definable land holding for planning purposes. So for example, moving a marquee around a large garden every 28 days will not overcome the limitations.

 

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