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Do I need planning permission?

Discussion in 'Planning Permission' started by Ms Marvellous, Nov 18, 2018.

  1. Ms Marvellous

    Ms Marvellous New Member Registered Registered

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    Hey guys, I have a detached house with a driveway, but half of it is made up of grass, do I need planning to remove the grass and put resin on top? Thanks.
     
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  3. Tim

    Tim Active Member Registered Contractor

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    To my understanding, so long as you are replacing the grass with a completely porous system, you don’t require planning permission.

    However, you need to make sure your contractor is installing a completely porous system. The resin bound is of course permeable, but what’s underneath must also be permeable I.e. base and sub-base.

    I would also double check with your local authority, to make sure this is the case for your area. Best to keep everyone happy :)
     
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