14th September 2017|
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The times when you need planning permission for a mobile field shelter are usually to do with some very specialist criteria. Here are some of the reasons why you might need planning permission:

  • Your land is within a designated National Park. If you are based within the area of a National Park or an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, then you will usually not be able to build any kind of field shelter, mobile or not. You can apply to your local council for planning consent, but it will often not be granted.
  • You want to build your field shelter on land near a listed building. It is often very tricky to develop land around a listed building, even with temporary structures. If you have a listed building, we will be happy to advise further based on your individual circumstances.
  • Your land has been overdeveloped. If you have already built other structures, such as stables or garages, or extended your existing property it is possible that your land may be considered to be overdeveloped already. You may need to apply for planning permission, and it may not be granted.

If you are considering a new environment for your horses, Prestige Timber Stables LTD may just be the solution to your requirements.  Why not get in touch with one of our consultants today where they can offer you further information including planning permission, design and build and build times.  Call us now on 0191 584 90 73 or email prestigetimberstables@outlook.com

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