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    I'm looking at getting a garage built at the bottom of my garden. I don't think it will be a issue as there is a garage belonging to the neighbour at the bottom and i just want to join onto it.
    I do not have a clue about how to go about getting a drawing made up or who to speak to about the planning permission.
    Anybody have any idea's how i go about this.

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    you will have to get an an architect to draw plans up for you then submitt them to your planning office for approval.the plans will cost a few quid unless you know someone can draw some up for you as a homer.thats the way it works over here presume its the same on the mainland.should not be a problem as your neighbour already has a garage there.
    good luck shan hope you get it sorted

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    you will need to get permission from the local council and they will be able to help from there m8

    and good luck

    if think it has to be a surtain size with out permission

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    if you go for a concrete sectional building then you will not need planning permission mate, much cheaper than a brick/block one and put up in a few hr's too, i used to work for a company called nottingham sectional building's and that is what we did

    http://www.the-internet-pages.co.uk/...a1/nsbnott.htm

    they could do it for you i think and i could save you some money too
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    I will want it doing in brick Rich to keep it all looking the same as next door and the outer garden walls. I will be creating a drive at the same time and possibly looking at extending the garage roof all the way over the drive to make a sort of extra long garage from the outside but it will be open at one side of the drive bit and the normal garage at the end of the drive.
    It's a bit difficult trying to explain it but it's all in the head

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    Quote Originally Posted by ditchp View Post
    if you go for a concrete sectional building then you will not need planning permission mate, much cheaper than a brick/block one and put up in a few hr's too, i used to work for a company called nottingham sectional building's and that is what we did

    http://www.the-internet-pages.co.uk/...a1/nsbnott.htm

    they could do it for you i think and i could save you some money too

    sometimes insurance companys don't cover builds like that rich ,over here anyway i know my motorbike insurance is not valid if the bike is kept in a non-bricked and foundationed building.

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    Christ sake, I rushed in thinking this was about going out for a few beers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VauxVeteran View Post
    Christ sake, I rushed in thinking this was about going out for a few beers.
    I'll be going out for plenty of cold beer in the bottom of the garden when the garage is up mate. I'll have a little fridge in the corner well stocked

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    Some of the guys who work with the planning dept do the drawings you need the planning permission bit of a sideline for them ... that how they do it up here and a hell of alot cheaper than architects

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    If you google on line plans for garages you can design and obtain plans online. You can even get all the info you need re planning permission.

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