Agricultural Building Co. Tyrone

NI Planning Permission for Farm Buildings: You do not always need planning permission to carry out development on a farm holding. Certain development on a farm holding is deemed to be permitted development. This includes works for the erection, extension or alteration of a building which are reasonably necessary for the purposes of agriculture. However the development must comply with certain requirements set out in the relevant legislation. Generally speaking planning permission is not required for changes to the inside of buildings, or for small alterations to the outside Read More...

NI Planning Permission for Farm Buildings: You do not always need planning permission to carry out development on a farm holding. Certain development on a farm holding is deemed to be permitted development. This includes works for the erection, extension or alteration of a building which are reasonably necessary for the purposes of agriculture. However the development must comply with certain requirements set out in the relevant legislation. Generally speaking planning permission is not required for changes to the inside of buildings, or for small alterations to the outside (e.g. the installation of an alarm box). For most other types of development and changes of use you will generally need to apply for planning permission.Contact FmK to discuss your own specific project.New farm buildings and extensions to farm buildings. If you are intending to construct a new building associated with your.

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