Re: Re: Planning problem,
Sorry to offend, I was only asking a question,
Yes it is agricultural land in a rural area and so I think a shed will be exempt from planning, then after 10 years I can apply to have a change of use and the shed will be deemed an original structure,
Sorry to offend but what I use my web for has **** all to do with you….
the shed will only be exempt once ITS USE is agricultural and it satisfies all the requirement under the planning act.
As i said above you can apply for anything anytime, the fact you may have an agricultural sehd on a field ABSOLUTELY DOES NOT mean you automatically will get permission for a house. It actually has nothing whatsoever to do with it. If you comply to rural housing guidelines then fine, if not then you wont be granted permission.
….. then after 10 years I can apply to have a change of use and the shed will be deemed an original structure,…..
i dont know who is giving you information, but its grossly incorrect.
Why would you want to apply for a ‘change of use’? are you going to live in the shed?
The term ‘original structure’ is meaningless in the context youve put it, the 10 year time period youve quoted also has no basis from a planning point of view in the same context.
Pay a qualified professional for his advice.