Re: What is the legal definition of temporary structure / shed




"Alex Heney" <me8@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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On Fri, 9 Jun 2006 22:19:32 +0100, "Peter Crosland"
<g6jns@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


What arguments in law
would determine the difference between a permanent and temporary
structure in Court?

That is unlikely to be the issue. The shed will almost certainly be
regarded
as permanent.

Why?

They are normally regarded as temporary structures.

Which is why you do not normally need planning permission to put one
up.

In general, shed are not large enough to be covered by the need to obtain
planning permission. Try putting one up that is more than 30 sq metres in
area and you will find that it needs planning permission. However, that does
not make the smaller shed temporary and the larger one permanent.

Colin Bignell


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