You’ve always known what your log cabin should be like? You know how many rooms should be there, and how they should be connected? And you finally decided to follow your dreams and order a log cabin to be built. But now you’re facing a question of whether you can be the only one to decide on the plan of the log cabin or should it be approved by the local authorities?
In general, any “development” – that is, construction of a building, engineering work, mining work, etc. – will require planning permission, but there are exceptions for “permitted development.” Your local council’s planning department will be able to give you the definitive answer on what counts as a permitted development. Still, certain types of home extension and garden rooms are usually permitted without directly requiring planning permission.
Please keep in mind that Loghouse only provides the log cabin you requested and is not responsible for planning permission, which is the customer’s responsibility. However, we would be happy to assist in providing you with contacts of professionals who have been helping our customers for years.