Special offer: Stable planning drawings for just £99+vat
We’re excited to offer a special promotion. For just £99+VAT, you can get drawings of the elevations, floor plans, and roof plans. This is a significant saving from our usual price of £250+VAT.
Enquire Today: Ready to begin your stable project? Contact us at National Timber Buildings, and let’s bring your vision to life with the perfect balance of compliance, quality, and affordability.
Securing planning permission for stables is a crucial step in your journey to having a stable on your property. This process ensures your stable meets local planning and building regulations. At National Timber Buildings, we understand the nuances of these regulations and can guide you smoothly through the application process.
Do you need planning permission for horse stables?
The simple answer is, in most cases, yes. Planning permission is usually required to ensure your stables meet local planning guidelines and are safe and suitable for your horses. We’re here to help you understand and meet these requirements.
Planning permission for stables on agricultural land
Building stables on agricultural land can involve unique planning considerations. It’s essential to understand the specific requirements and restrictions in place to ensure your stables comply with local agricultural and planning policies.
Planning permission for stables in gardens
It’s important to obtain the right planning permission if you are looking to build a stable in your garden. Garden stables have specific considerations regarding size, location, and impact on the surrounding area.
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How To Obtain Planning Permission For Stables
Once we have supplied you with planning drawings of your proposed stable project, you can make your application.
- Contact your local planning department for guidance on obtaining permission.
Each authority may have different requirements, so ask for assistance and
inquire about specific guidelines.
- Prepare necessary documents, including application forms, location plans,
and elevation drawings of the proposed stable. For larger projects,
additional reports like flood risk assessments might be required.
- Fill out the application forms and submit them.
- Expect a waiting period, typically two to three months or longer, during
which the site will be inspected and neighbours consulted. The local
authority may suggest amendments during this time.
- Upon receiving a decision from the planning authority, proceed with the
build if approved, or consider implementing their suggested changes if