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Certificate of Lawful Development Appeal Decisions by category of development.

The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 1995
Part 1 (as amended on 1 October 2008) 



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Class D development




·       See entries under separate heading “Interaction between Class A and Class D”.


·       The term “porchnot only covers an enclosed structure, but also covers a projecting canopy over an external door.
[Source: December 2010 - Code a00173].


·       The above conclusion is regardless of whether the projecting canopy is self-supporting, supported on brackets attached to the wall, or supported by posts or pillars from the ground.
[Source: December 2010 - Code a00173].


·       Class D only provides permitted development rights for the erection of a porch outside any external door of a dwellinghouse. It does not provide such rights for the alteration or enlargement of an existing porch.
[Source: November 2010 - Code a00155].





·       For the purposes of Class D, part D.1(d), the area underneath a projecting canopy should be included in the calculation of “the ground area … of the structure”.
[Source: December 2010 - Code a00173].





·       No entries.





·       See entries under separate heading “Highway”.




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