n i direct government services. Menu . office for your area. For more information about planning permission, go to the Planning Portal. . You have 'permitted development rights' to fit an alarm or build walls and fences below a certain height.
Dec 4, 2014 . Planning regulations state that a wall or fence at the rear of a property requires planning permission if it is to be more than 2m in height.
In some circumstances you will need to apply for planning permission e.g. . Putting up walls, fences, decking, or other raised platforms in your garden and.
A guide to planning enforcement in Belfast City Council . Planning Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 ('the . without planning permission, this is known as . an alleged unauthorised boundary wall or fence if it exceeds Permitted Development.
that, subject to specified exceptions, an application for planning permission is not . The wall or fence is not more than 2 metres in height anywhere on your.
Walls and Fences. (see illustration 1 below). Planning permission is not required provided that: 1. The wall or fence is not more than 2 metres in height anywhere.
Feb 25, 2015 . (3) Nothing in this Order shall apply to any permission which is . the 2011 Act means the Planning Act (Northern Ireland) 2011; . or machinery and for the purposes of the Schedule does not include any gate, fence, wall or.
You do not normally need permission to plant a hedge in your garden and there are no . Planning law1 that governs the height of boundary walls and fences does not . 1 The Planning (General Development) Order (Northern Ireland) 1993.
You don't need planning permission before erecting a fence or wall, provided it's less than one metre high if next to a road, or two metres everywhere else.
Jun 13, 2016 . Planning permission or a declaration of exemption from the relevant local . The Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association has said that recent.