How big a shed can you put in your garden?
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Besides, what is the maximum size shed without planning permission?
If your shed is less than 2m from your property's boundary, the whole building should not be more than 2.5m high. To avoid planning permission, sheds should be single storey with a maximum eaves height of 2.5m for flat roofs, 4m for dual pitched roofs or 3m in any other case.
Secondly, what size shed needs council approval? You don't need council approval on 10 square metres or smaller shed. In other areas, the most significant size is 9sqm while others it goes up to 20 sqm. In many areas, sheds that are below 2.4 metres in height don't need council approval.
One may also ask, can you put a shed in your front garden?
Garden sheds, greenhouses and other buildings Planning permission is not required provided that: No part of the shed / greenhouse / building is in front of the principal or side elevation of the original house that faces onto a road.
Can I build a shed next to my Neighbours fence?
Butting your shed right against a garden fence doesn't allow the shed room to 'breathe' and is an invitation for damp to set in. Don't use a shed side as a replacement fence side. Your current neighbour may have no problem with it, a future neighbour may well do.