In accordance with Article 35 of the Planning and Development Regulations, persons who made a submission or observation on a planning application will only be notified of the receipt of Further Information or Clarification of Further Information, where that FI or CFI is considered significant and requires new public notices. Objectors have 2 weeks ( 5 weeks in case of applications accompanied by an EIS) from the date of receipt by the Planning Authority of the revised notices, to make further submissions/observations. No further fee is required. Other persons wishing to make a submission/observation will be required to pay the prescribed fee.
Yes, subject to:
- Not more than 2m high to the rear.
- Not more than 1.2 metres to the front or forward of the front of the house.
(Page 157, Class 5).
NB: Metal palisade or other security fencing is not exempt.
Yes provided that:
- It is not forward of the front wall of the house;
- Not greater than 25sqm (or no. of sheds aggregated);
- 25sqm of garden space is left. N.B. extensions attached to house are not reckoned as private open space;
- Shed finish is in keeping with the house;
- Shed height: max 4m pitched roof; 3m flat roof;
- It is not lived in or used for keeping of animals (pigs, ponies, horses, pigeons).
(see page 156 - 157, Class 3)
Yes, provided that:
- Not less than 2 metres from roadway;
- Not more than 2sqm Height: 3m max for a Flat Roof, 4m max Pitched Roof.
(see page 158, Class 7)
Yes, except for a mural and providing the house is not a Protected Structure.
(Page 159, Class 12)
No, not in the normal way, but, is subject to the consultation procedures contained in Part VIII of the 2001 Planning Regulations as amended.
Planning permission has no impact on the need for a Disability Access Certificate. If the works began on a building (other than dwellings houses) on or after January 1st 2010, then the Disability Access Certificate is required.