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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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·       What is defined as the curtilage for a particular house will vary according to a number of factors, but in most cases it will comprise the area of land around the original house (i.e. what is understood to be the garden/grounds of the house). But the curtilage may be a smaller area in some cases, especially in the case of properties with large grounds set in the countryside.
[Source: “DCLG - Permitted development for householders - Technical guidance” (August 2010)].


·       This appeal decision provides an example of where it was considered that the extent of the “curtilage” of a property was less than the extent of the grounds around the property.
[Source: January 2011 - Code a00201].




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