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    • #709905
      dermot385
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      HI,
      I have heard that if I build a shed on our land where a house would not get planning permission and leave it for a long period of time ,then after the time has ellapsed I can automatically apply for full planning permission for a house and it cant be refused.
      Has anyone any info on this?
      Thanks for your time.. D..

    • #798480
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      @dermot385 wrote:

      HI,
      I have heard that if I build a shed on our land where a house would not get planning permission and leave it for a long period of time ,then after the time has ellapsed I can automatically apply for full planning permission for a house and it cant be refused.
      Has anyone any info on this?
      Thanks for your time.. D..

      Lol. Incorrect. What you propose is not proper practice; why not get yourself some professional advice rather than fishing for the cheap on the net, on something that that could seriously cost you.

    • #798481
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      hutton’s right- not possible.

      And some sheds now require PP too, or so I’ve been told.

    • #798482
      Paul Clerkin
      Keymaster

      out of interest, who is giving you this advice?

    • #798483
      Anonymous
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    • #798484
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      @dermot385 wrote:

      HI,
      I have heard that if I build a shed on our land where a house would not get planning permission and leave it for a long period of time ,then after the time has ellapsed I can automatically apply for full planning permission for a house and it cant be refused.
      Has anyone any info on this?
      Thanks for your time.. D..

      Firstly, the shed would require permission unless its agricultural.
      Secondly, you can apply for permission wherever and when you like.
      Thirdly, there is no guarantees that you will get planning for anything.

      Perhaps stop getting planning advice from ‘bar propers’ and engage a professional consultant.

    • #798485
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Try this link from the Shomera website:
      http://www.shomera.ie/Html/planning_permission.html
      Note what they say also: !If you have any doubts regarding planning permission you should contact your local planning authorities.” Good advice but not always definitive!

    • #798486
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      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….

    • #798487
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      @dermot385 wrote:

      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.

      @dermot385 wrote:

      ….. 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.

    • #798488
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      I think his plan is the opposite, he is going to keep cows in a house for ten years.

    • #798489
      Paul Clerkin
      Keymaster

      @dermot385 wrote:

      Sorry to offend but what I use my web for has **** all to do with you….

      There’s no need to dole out personal abuse because you don’t like the answer. Go ahead, build the shed. It’s your money.

    • #798490
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      @Paul Clerkin wrote:

      There’s no need to dole out personal abuse because you don’t like the answer. Go ahead, build the shed. It’s your money.

      My thoughts exactly πŸ™‚

    • #798491
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      @ctesiphon wrote:

      Lol πŸ˜€

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